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Last Kiss Goodbye

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Freeway Jam
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57th Street
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One Arabian Knight
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Crazy Horse
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Trippin'
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Midnight Blue
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Third Stone From The Sun
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California Summer
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Uptown
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Summer Nights
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Geronimo
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Katchina
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Last Kiss Goodbye
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 13   Total Length: 60:27

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Very pleasing

DJwaters

This was another rare find I came across. And what a delight Brian is. Many of my friends always ask who the artist is whenI play the music at gatherings. I'm very picky about my jazz and this is just perfect.

They Say All Music Guide

Mixing pop-jazz with elements of so-called acid jazz, Brian Tarquin has a decent collection of groove-oriented instrumental music in Last Kiss Goodbye. The CD’s main flaw is its excessive production; all too often, Tarquin’s appealing, clean-sounding guitar is combined with music that is programmed when it should have been played. Last Kiss Goodbye would have been stronger if it had more of an organic feel and sounded like the work of an actual band instead of a producer’s album. But the writing isn’t bad, and Tarquin gets in some pleasant solos on such accessible, dusky offerings as “Midnight Blue,” “One Arabian Night” and “Crazy Horse.” Also likable is the Pat Metheny-ish “California Summer” and Tarquin’s interpretation of Jimi Hendrix’s “Third Stone From the Sun.” But while Last Kiss Goodbye has more pluses than minuses, Tarquin is probably capable of a lot more. – Alex Henderson

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