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Professor Cunningham & His Old School - The Rhythm Method (2016)

18-02-2016, 20:24
Jazz | Vocal Jazz | Blues

Title: The Rhythm Method
Year Of Release: 2016
Label: SlyPig Records
Genre: New Orleans Jazz/Blues, Vocals
Quality: 320 kbps
Total Time: 44:32
Total Size: 104 MB

1. Joshua Fit The Battle At Jericho (3:13)
2. Lesson In Groove (3:27)
3. High Degree (3:01)
4. Chant In The Night (3:04)
5. One Thing (2:24)
6. Down By The Riverside (3:19)
7. Black Coffee (4:35)
8. So Nice (Feat. Tamar Korn) (3:25)
9. You Shook Me All Night Long (3:35)
10. It Ain't Necessarily So (3:11)
11. Inside Out (3:45)
12. Ain't Gonna Bring Me Down (2:58)
13. Amazing Grace (4:28)

The Professor's syllabus is taken from the finest New Orleans repertoire, from Sidney Bechet to Fats Domino, catered to the lindy hop dancers..
Led by Aussie reedman Adrian Cunningham (Baby Soda, Gordon Webster) the band performs regularly in NYC and out of town, the Professor and his group focuses on music that makes you wanna move!

"Professor Cunningham & His Old School are a new favorite at Boston Swing Central! Delightfully danceable, The Professor has studied his old jazz records, carefully selecting material that is great for dancing." ~Mike Hibarger- Boston Swing Central

"We recently had the privilege of Professor Cunningham and his Old School play for our monthly swing dance at Club Helsinki in Hudson, NY. Though only a trio, the richness and fullness of their arrangements rivaled many wonderful quartets and quintets we've had play for us. I was equally impressed with their sensitivity to playing different tempos and musical styles that maintained great energy on the dance floor for the entire night. They clearly love what they do and love sharing it with dancers. Thank you Professor!!" ~Paul Rix- swing dancer and cohost of Helsinki Swings

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