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"It's Silk, Feel It!" by Brian Carpenter's Ghost Train Orchestra

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Book of Rhapsodies
By Brian Carpenter's Ghost Train Orchestra

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Fiona's Comments

Freakishly hot big band. Prepare to accompany on theremin.

About the Album

Book of Rhapsodies is an ambitious concept album of reimaginings of the work of four composers from 1935-1942 whose work straddled the line between jazz and classical music: Alec Wilder, Charlie Shavers, Reginald Foresythe, and Raymond Scott. Their music was unclassifiable, strange, beautiful, adventurous, and innovative. The album features the 12-member Ghost Train Orchestra plus a 6-member choir.

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November 7, 2013

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