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Uberjam Deux

Uberjam Deux

Artist: John Scofield

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Digital Album: $9.99
Uberjam Deux
Uberjam Deux

Artist: John Scofield
MP3
1. Camelus
$1.29
2. Boogie Stupid
$1.29
3. Endless Summer
$1.29
4. Dub Dub
$1.29
5. Cracked Ice
$1.29
6. Al Green Song
$1.29
7. Snake Dance
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8. Scotown
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9. Torero
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10. Curtis Knew
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11. Just Don't Want To Be Lonely
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DETAILS
Format: CD
Label: Umgd/Universal Records
Rel. Date: 07/02/2013
UPC: 602537337248

More Info:

Uberjam Deux, has been a decade in the gestation, following in direct line of descent from 2002s Grammy nominated Uberjam; not that Scofield has been inactive in the interim, far from it. There have been seven John Scofield albums in the intervening years, as well as five others on which he is a co-leader on the project. His last Emarcy release was A Moments Peace (2011), a luxurious album of ballads the polar opposite of Uberjam Deux. Its rare for an artist to be able to play more than one style of music with true fluency, virtuosity and sincerity John Scofield is one such artist.

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