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No, No, No by Dan Block

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Album Title: Block Party
Label: Miles High Records
Released: 2018

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Fiona's Comments

If you haven't been to Dan's block... kindly visit with this live album. 'No. No, No' from the same pen as 'Santa Baby,' no less...

About the Album

"No, No, No' is the second track from saxophonist and clarinetist Dan Block's new record "Block Party." An era-spanning celebration of family, home, and tradition, the album features Block recording for the first time with his brother, guitarist Rob Block along with fellow St. Louis native Neal Caine on bass, as well as pianist Tadataka Unno and drummer Aaron Kimmel. At heart the project is a celebration of the Block siblings, recording together for the first time. Their collaboration shows off an easy camaraderie laced with a fiery competitive spark natural to brothers. The pair combine with the kind of unspoken communication that can only come from shared roots, qualities that many musicians spend decades working together to achieve but which comes naturally from two artists who've grown up in the same household.

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May 4, 2018

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