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Bill Evans Vans Joint (feat. Dave Weckl, Mark Egan, Michael Abene & WDR Big Band Cologne)

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Soulgrass
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Soulbop
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Cool Eddie
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Sweet Tea
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Rattletrap
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Let's Pretend
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Vans Joint
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Snap Dragon
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Total Tracks: 8   Total Length: 70:57

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WOW! Vans Joint INDEED!!!

360Groove

Bop, bluegrass, smooth jazz, hip-hop flavoring, R&B...you name it and Bill Evans can play it for you. His soprano sax playing is silky smooth and his tenor sax playing is hot and greasy! I love this CD!!! He's a BAD man! You won't go wrong if you buy this...get it before some obscure rule causes eMusic to take it off the site!!!

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