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Artist: Pearl Django
Title: Time Flies . . .
Format: CD
Label: MODERN HOT  ( )
Catalog Number:19
Barcode:753701301920 itemnumber=1000118042
Price: $14.98  (All prices include domestic shipping.)
Genre: JAZZ
Release Date: 5/19/2015
Availability: Not Currently In Stock
Additional Musical Category Notes:
Gypsy jazz, hot club swing, swing jazz, instrumental jazz 

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Promotional Info
We will likely use a radio promoter to get the CDs into the hands of jazz DJ's across the U.S. This would start in May or June and last for two months.

Time Flies . . . is the twelfth release by Pearl Django in a little over 20 years of performing. For the period of the past four CDs the group has moved away for Django style covers and has exploited the composing skills of the band members. On this CD you will find nine PD originals and a beautiful cover version of Black Orpheus by Luiz Bonfa. While there is still strong evidence o for the influence of Django Reinhardt, with titles, Django Bop, Djangolatry and Something Borrowed, there are a few compositions which, push the boundaries of what may be considered Gypsy jazz or Hot Club Swing. The compositions are quite good, quite good indeed.

Track Listing
[3:19] Django Bop - Bistrot d'Eustashe

[4:48] Grisology

[3:15] Djangolatry

[4:26] Napoli '61

[3:03] Something Borrowed

[3:52] Waltz For 12

[5:02] Springin'

[4:51] A Supinator in Italia

[3:12] Momento

[7:59] Black Orpheus

Performers on this Album
David Lange: Accordion [1 - 10]
Additional Technical Information Available For This Album
Release Format: CD         
Original Recording Location: David Lange Studios
Original Recording Engineer: David Lange
Mastering Engineer: Ross Nybert
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