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Wild Man Blues by Ehud Asherie

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Album Title: Wild Man Blues
Label: Capri Records
Released: 2019


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Wild men weren't so wild long ago.

About the Album

"Wild Man Blues" is the title track from Ehud Asherie's album "Wild Man Blues," out March 15, 2019 via Capri Records. The album features pianist Asherie, bassist Peter Washington, and drummer Rodney Green. Asherie's track "Wild Man Blues" is a funky version of a traditional jazz staple perhaps best known from the famous "Sound Of Jazz" television special with Red Allen, Pee Wee Russell and Coleman Hawkins.

Track Listing

Wild Man Blues; Parker's Mood; Flying Down To Rio; Autumn Nocturne; Chasin' The Bird; Na Baixa Do Sapateiro; Oh, Lady Be Good; And Then She Stopped.


Additional Personnel

Ehud Asherie: piano; Peter Washington: bass; Rodney Green: drums.


Date featured

May 17, 2019

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