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Live! Songbook Watch Party with Dominick Farinacci

Special Memorial Day episode of Songbook Watch Party with host Dominick Farinacci.


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Is That a Woodblock? by Led Bib

From the album

Album Title: Bring Your Own
Label: Cuneiform Records
Released: 2010

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Fiona's Comments

I usually don't feature older albums, but when I noticed that AAJ had never featured this group as the Download of the Day, I sent them an invite. Modern jazz with heavy rock influences. The switch between soaring and surging tempos really makes this tune shine.

About the Album

This is track 2 from Led Bib's fifth album released in 2011 by Cuneiform Records. Personnel: Chris Williams (alto sax), Pete Grogan (alto sax), Toby McLaren (Fender Rhodes), Liran Donin (bass), and Mark Holub (drums).

Track Listing

Moth Dilemma; Is That A Woodblock?; Little x; Hollow Ponds; Power Walking; Service Stop Saviour; Engine Room; Shops & Sizes; Walnuts; Winter.

Personnel

Led Bib
Led Bib

band/orchestra

Additional Personnel

Mark Holub: drums; Liran Donin: bass; Toby McLaren: Fender Rhodes; Pete Grogan: alto saxophone; Chris Williams: alto saxophone.

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Date featured

August 7, 2012

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