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"Riverview" by Brian Patneaude

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Riverview (feat. Mike Moreno, Jesse Chandler & Danny Whelchel)
By Brian Patneaude

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About the Album

Saxophonist Brian Patneaude's fourth release features guitarist Mike Moreno, organist Jesse Chandler and drummer Danny Whelchel performing a collection of original compositions and songs by Don Grolnick and Billy Strayhorn.

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March 19, 2009

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