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George Bedard - Pickin' Apart The Past (2011)

8-02-2015, 19:32
Music | Jazz | Blues

George Bedard - Pickin' Apart The Past (2011)

Artist: George Bedard
Title Of Album: Pickin' Apart The Past
Year Of Release: 2011
Genre: Instrumental Blues/Jazz
Label: Bossatistic Music
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 46:32
Total Size: 147 Mb
Covers: Full

01. Okie Dokie Stomp (2:33)
02. Minor Swing '65 (3:19)
03. Good, The Bad, And The Ugly (3:09)
04. Looking Good (3:22)
05. Flying Home (4:03)
06. Last Date (4:15)
07. Lockwood Jump (4:24)
08. Cleo's Mood (3:24)
09. Thumbs Guitar Boogie (2:30)
10. A Smo-o-oth One (5:36)
11. Nut Rocker (2:40)
12. Topsy-Swing To Bop (5:25)
13. Yellow Room Rag (1:46)

More than four years in the making, “Pickin’ Apart the Past” offers guitar renditions of classic jazz, swing, and blues material from a variety of composers.

Besides Bedard, the CD features musicians such as Steve Nardella, Al Hill, Mark O’Boyle, Carl Hildebrandt, Kingpins bassist Randy Tessier, Kingpins drummer Rich Dishman, Brian Delaney, Pat Prouty and Andy Conlin. The CD, recorded at Ann Arbor’s Big Sky studio, is being released on Bedard’s own Bossitistic Music Label.

George Bedard has been a seminal figure on the Michigan roots rock scene for more than 20 years. A member of the Silvertones in the 1970s and Tracy Lee & the Leonards in the 1980s, Bedard has been increasingly attracting the attention that his energetic guitar playing and gutsy vocals deserve as leader of his own band, the Kingpins. Goldmine recently called Bedard "one of the best rockabilly pickers on the planet," while Record Roundup wrote "Bedard may not become the next trendy thing, but as far as this kind of music, he's already the next cool thing."

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