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Doug Sertl's Jazz Menagerie - Menagerie flac album

Doug Sertl's Jazz Menagerie - Menagerie flac album
  • Performer: Doug Sertl's Jazz Menagerie
  • Title: Menagerie
  • Genre: Pop Rock
  • Style: Bop
  • Date of release: July, 1983
  • MP3 size: 1438 mb
  • FLAC size 1100 mb
  • Formats MP4 XM MP1 RA WMA AC3

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Doug Sertl's Jazz Menagerie featuring Nick Brignola Doug Sertl's Uptown Express. Jazz trombonist; Sertl's association with the trombone began at age 10 when he joined this school's band and was handed a trombone because trombonists was what the band was short. Added by tsk. Highlights. Covers 24. Releases 4. All.

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Menagerie is the spiritual jazz project from the prolific producer, songwriter and guitarist Lance Ferguson, best known for his eclectic and highly acclaimed work under the Lanu and The Bamboos monikers, and here venturing out to explore new musical terrain. The first album, ‘They Shall Inherit’ is out in December 2012 on CD, vinyl and digital; featuring a guest appearance from the legendary US jazz/funk vibraphonist Roy Ayers, the album has gained early support from the authority on all things leftfield, Gilles Peterson (Worldwide/BBC 6Music).

Menagerie ‎– Menagerie. Label: Al Revés ‎– ALR02. Format: 12 File, MP3, Album.

Menagerie is overall more uptempo and less introspective in feel than Withers' previous albums. None of the songs tackle intensely personal emotions of the kind which lent a dark edge to earlier Withers tracks such as "Use Me", "Better Off Dead" or "Who Is He (And What Is He to You)". The arrangements are also generally upbeat and breezy, with "I Want to Spend the Night" and "Tender Things" having a distinct Latin feel, and "Lovely Night for Dancing" and "She Wants To (Get On Down)" showing disco influences

Credits:

Doug Sertl - Primary Artist, Trombone
Doug Sertl's Jazz Menagerie - Primary Artist
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