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Eighty-Eight by Joshua Breakstone

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Album Title: 88
Label: Capri Records
Released: 2016

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Fiona's Comments

Sounds like the jigsaw of "HoneySuckle Rose" got reconfigured.

About the Album

The title track from guitarist Breakstone's third outing with his Cello Quartet is a finger-snapping mid-tempo bop tune that fits perfectly in the spirit of the album. The only Breakstone original on the disc, it's a tribute to the pianists of the world. Featuring cellist Mike Richmond, bassist Lisle Atkinson and drummer Andy Watson.

Track Listing

The Chief; News For Lulu; Black; Soul Eyes; Eighty-Eight; Moe Is On; Lolita; If You Could See Me Now; Lennie's Pennies.

Personnel

Joshua Breakstone
Joshua Breakstone

guitar, electric

Additional Personnel

Joshua Breakstone: guitar; Lisle Atkinson: bass; Andy Watson: drums; Mike Richmond: cello.

Reviews

  • 88 by Mark Sullivan

Date featured

November 29, 2016

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