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13 Tracks Found

Take It Away

Brian Bull and friends create a modern take on Gypsy Jazz featuring Mike Piggott on violin, Don Newport on double bass and Charlie Wharf on clarinet. Featuring timeless tracks such as "Beeswing" and "I Wish" this is the perfect aperitif for your pimms!!
Track Title
Length
Composer
Description
CD Code
 
Take it Away 
3.39 
Brian Bull 
An upbeat 1930’s style tune influenced by musicians such as Joe Venuti and Eddie Lang. 
£ 0.79
Rino 
2.53 
Brian Bull 
Named after a very fine Django style player that I met at the Django Festival in Samois. 
£ 0.79
Les Primatifs 
4.26 
Brian Bull 
This Pacific Island influenced tune was named after one of the more eclectic bands at the Django Festival. 
£ 0.79
Beeliar Drive 
4.14 
Brian Bull 
A fairly straight ahead swing tune named after the Australian address I was staying at when I wrote it. 
£ 0.79
Hercule goes to Town 
3.26 
Brian Bull 
A swing number influenced by the “Poirot” theme tune. 
£ 0.79
BeeSwing 
4.22 
Brian Bull 
A tribute to Tchavolo Schmitt, one of my favourite gypsy players. 
£ 0.79
Looking Back 
3.03 
Brian Bull 
A reflective tune. The album’s only ballad. 
£ 0.79
The Raindrop Waltz 
1.56 
Brian Bull 
My tribute to the “Bal Musette”. Many modern gypsy musicians play waltzes on the guitar, often demonstrating astounding technique. 
£ 0.79
I Wish 
3.24 
Brian Bull 
An upbeat and melodic swing tune. 
£ 0.79
Friend or Foe 
5.23 
Brian Bull 
A more modern tune with a Latin influence. Written on a beach in Scotland! 
£ 0.79
On the Prowl 
4.42 
Brian Bull 
Atmospheric ensemble piece; “The Pink Panther” meets “Stray Cat Strut”. 
£ 0.79
The Rake 
2.49 
Brian Bull 
The rake, a particular technique on the guitar, lends a distinctive sound to this gypsy influenced swing tune. 
£ 0.79
Hot Dog 
3.39 
Brian Bull 
A tribute to the “Dawg” music of American mandolin player Dave Grisman. I once had the pleasure of jamming with him one sunny afternoon in California. 
£ 0.79