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Leigh Barker & The New Sheiks - Flow Like Wine (2014)

5-12-2014, 18:03
Music | Jazz | Vocal Jazz | Blues

Leigh Barker & The New Sheiks - Flow Like Wine (2014)

Artist: Leigh Barker & The New Sheiks
Title Of Album: Flow Like Wine
Year Of Release: 2014
Genre: Jazz/Blues Vocals
Label: Barking Mad Music
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 49:57
Total Size: 116 Mb
Covers: Front

01. I'm Gonna Sit Right Down And Write Myself A Letter ( 3:54)
02. It's All Coming Home To You ( 4:44)
03. Neighbourhood Blues ( 4:42)
04. Come On In My Kitchen ( 3:56)
05. Flow Like Wine ( 3:31)
06. Don't Fix My Blues ( 5:48)
07. Are You Lonesome Tonight ( 5:33)
08. Seven Years ( 5:02)
09. The Lonesome Gertrude (12:43)

Leigh Barker and his six-piece group, for the last five years touring under the moniker ‘The New Sheiks’ but now equally well known as the musical half of the innovative dance company the ‘Melbourne Rhythm Project’, continue to build on their reputation as one of the most engaging, entertaining and hard-swinging groups currently performing in the Australian Jazz Scene.

Saturday November 15th will see the launch of Barker’s seventh full length release: a CD and digital album titled ‘Flow Like Wine’. Drawn from several studio sources and live sessions during the band’s 2012 and 2013 touring schedule, the album features guest appearances by triple Bell Award winning saxophonist Julien Wilson, piano genius Steve Grant and to top it all off was mastered in New York by the great Rob ‘Wacko’ Hunter, full time sound engineer for all of Branford Marsalis’ various projects. Combined with the regular members Heather Stewart on violin and vocals, Eamon McNelis trumpet, Matt Boden piano, Don Stewart trombone and Sam Young on the drums, this may just be Barker’s most cohesive release to date.

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