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McCoy for Now by Dan Trudell

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Album Title: Dan Trudell Plays The Piano
Label: Self Produced
Released: 2015

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Fiona's Comments

Hard hitter - intense stares, lip biting and intellectual frowns... check. Smart folk approved to 3:53... with a groove injection for the regulars 3:54 onwards. #oldschoolsmarts #ahhmmm #mmmahh

About the Album

“McCoy for Now” is an original composition from pianist Dan Trudell’s new album, “Dan Trudell Plays the Piano.” Midwest pianist Dan Trudell had a very specific purpose in choosing the title Dan Trudell Plays The Piano for his expansive and rollicking new album. Known primarily for his Hammond B-3 work in other bands he’s led – including the Dan Trudell Organ Trio and the B-3 Bombers (which stars legendary funk drummer Clyde Stubblefield) – Trudell felt the time was ripe for a return to the 88s. Featuring versatile veteran drummer Matt Wilson and prodigious young bassist Joe Sanders, Trudell’s sterling trio explores piano-centric repertoire.

Track Listing

Isn't She Lovely; I Let A Song Go Out Of My Heart; McCoy For Now; Jonesin'; The Old Black Magic; If Ever I Would Leave You; The Worth Of A Woman; Soulville.

Personnel

Additional Personnel

Dan Trudell: piano; Joe Sanders: bass; Matt Wilson: drums.

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September 15, 2015

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