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Dreamweaver

Dreamweaver

Artist: George Duke

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Dreamweaver
Dreamweaver

Artist: George Duke
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1. Dreamweaver
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2. Stones Of Orion
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3. Trippin'
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4. Ashtray
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5. Missing You
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6. Transition 1 / Change The World
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7. Jazzmatazz
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8. Round The Way Girl
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9. Transition 2 / Brown Sneakers
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10. You Never Know
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11. Ball & Chain
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12. Burnt Sausage Jam
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13. Happy Trails
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DETAILS
Format: CD
Label: Umgd/Heads Up International
Rel. Date: 07/16/2013
UPC: 888072341708

More Info:

George Duke describes this as his "strongest album in years." The brilliant keyboardist-composer-producer has gathered a myriad of voices and crystallizes them into a multi-faceted whole that far outweighs the sum of its parts. From bassist Christian McBride's work on the funky jam tune "Burnt Sausage" to Rachelle Ferrell s contemporary jazz singing on "Missing You," every song offers something special.

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