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"Puck Bunny" by Hot Club Of Detroit

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Junction
By Hot Club Of Detroit

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Fiona's Comments

The rhythm/lead guitar pairing of Paul Brady and Evan Perri tethers the Hot Club of Detroit's music to Reinhardt, but it's a long rope that connects the two. [Junction] leaves plenty of room for roaming and this outfit takes advantage of it throughout this highly pleasing album. --Dan Bilawsky

About the Album

The new album, Junction, finds Hot Club of Detroit expanding its sonic horizon and refreshing its musical vocabulary. Joined by a vocalist for the first time, HCOD welcomes French native Cyrille Aimée, third-place winner of the 2010 Thelonious Monk International Vocal Competition.

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November 3, 2012

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