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This I Dig of You by Fred Wackenhut

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Album Title: This I Dig of You
Label: Art of Life Records
Released: 2010


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About the Album

Art of Life Records is pleased to present Jazz pianist and composer Fred Wackenhut's recording debut. Joining Fred on "This I Dig of You" are Larry McKenna on tenor saxophone, Darryl Hall on acoustic bass and Nick Ciminale on drums. The recording features three standards, This I Dig of You by Hank Mobley, Too Young to Go Steady by Adamson & McHugh and Manege by Bernard Peiffer in addition to two original compositions by Fred Wackenhut, Clayton Road and Freddy's Bounce. All songs arranged by Fred Wackenhut. Recorded and engineered by Don Antonelli on April 21, 1996 at Alameda Studio in Broomall, Pennsylvania with 24-bit digital mastering by Paul G. Kohler at Art of Life Studios in Ridgeland, South Carolina in January 2010.

Track Listing

01. This I Dig of You (Hank Mobley) - 4:13; 02. Too Young to Go Steady (Adamson/McHugh) - 7:47; 03. Clayton Road (Fred Wackenhut) - 6:12; 04. Freddy's Bounce (Fred Wackenhut) - 9:18; 05. Manege (Bernard Pfeiffer) - 8:13.


Additional Personnel

Fred Wackenhut (piano); Larry McKenna (sax tenore); Darrill Hall (contrabbasso); Frank Ciminale (batteria).


Date featured

March 12, 2010

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