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"He's A Problem In The Locker Room" by Solon McDade

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Murals
Solon McDade
Solon McDade
2018
01:06:00

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Fiona's Comments

Tunes a bouncy jaunt which feels a few blocks off topic to the title...

About the Album

This is a song written about former Montreal Canadiens player PK Subban. Some people claimed he was a problem in the locker room. Features two saxophones soloing together, a sound I really dig.

Track Listing

He's A Problem In The Locker Room; Buy The Tractor; Do Airplanes Scratch The Sky; Whatever Whatever; The Ballad Of Sir William Ormerod; Off The Bed Rose; Blues For Sebastian; Ali's Seconed Line; A Shorter Thing.

Personnel

Solon McDade: bass; Donny Kennedy: alto saxophone; Jeremiah McDade: tenor saxophone; Paul Shrofel: piano; Rich Irwin: drums.

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Date featured

March 29, 2018

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