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  1. Kazragore
    Feb 22,  · Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Relentless - Danny Gatton on AllMusic - - This was a logical matchup. The same could be said of organist Joey DeFrancesco and, Kindred Spirits. Danny Gatton. Danny Gatton. feat: Joey DeFrancesco.
  2. Tygojin
    Danny Gatton: Hot Rod Guitar - The Danny Gatton Anthology,album, review, tracklist, mp3, lyrics Album Name Hot Rod Guitar - The Danny Gatton Anthology. Type Compilation. Released date Labels WEA Kindred Spirits (with Joey DeFrancesco) Poinciana: Red Label: Gold Rush: Busboy: Linus and Lucy (Live).
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  4. Kagalkree
    “Danny is full of surprises and into every kind of bag. I think he's going to reach a whole new audience with this one and i want to wish him a lot of luck.".
  5. Sajin
    The same could be said of organist Joey DeFrancesco and, together with bassist John Previti and drummer Timm Biery, the lead voices romp on a variety of fairly basic material with lots of blues and a few standards. Although no new revelations are offered, the joyful chancetaking of Danny Gatton kept the music from ever becoming predictable or Price: $
  6. Meztikora
    Jul 20,  · Joey DeFrancesco Trio "Never Can Say Goodbye" live at Java Jazz Festival - Duration: JavaJazzFest , views.
  7. Vucage
    Relentless - Dany Gatton & Joey DeFrancesco by Danny Gatton, released 01 January 1. Danny Gatton and Joey DeFrancesco - Fine 2. Danny Gatton and Joey DeFrancesco - Broadway 3. Danny Gatton and Joey DeFrancesco - Kindred Spirits 4. Danny Gatton and Joey DeFrancesco - The Chess Players 5. Danny Gatton and Joey DeFrancesco - Gearheads 6.
  8. Vikora
    The album closes with a Thelonius Monk tune "Well You Needn't", and showcases John Priviti on a jaw dropping double bass. Of course, he and Timm both excel throughout, as one would have to in the company of Gatton and DeFrancesco. All Gatton and jazz fans, and just plain guitar nerds alike really should buy this CD/5(25).
  9. Zulkisar
    "Kindred Spirits" is the album's tour de force as far as I'm concerned. Here we have a beautiful chord progression that sends chills up your spine and intricate playing by the entire band showing they were as good as it got, period. There are a few bluesy vamps, with guitar licks that cannot be /5(31).

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