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Blues In The Pulpit by Dave Pope

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Album Title: You And The Night And The Music
Label: Blue Canoe Records
Released: 2019
Duration: 41:00

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About the Album

From the album, Dave Pope Trio “You and The Night and The Music” features Dave Pope on drums, John Patitucci on Bass, and Mike Pope on piano. This project was somewhat experimental in that Mike, primarily a bassist, played piano with his mentor and long-time friend, John Patitucci on bass. The end result was a wonderful documentary of spontaneity as the trio had only played together on the session with no rehearsals. 

Track Listing

Once I Loved; I Love You; Sirabhorn; #Blue In The Pulpit; Never Let Me Go; You And The Night And The Music.

Personnel

Dave Pope
Dave Pope

drums

Additional Personnel

Dave Pope: drums; John Patitucci: bass; Mike Pope: piano.

Date featured

January 1, 2020

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