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Clockwork: Every Voice Counts

I Carry You Around/Chamelion
Rhode Island is Famous for You
The Goodbye Look
Creep
I Thought About You
Who's Blues (Whose Blues)
Where Do The Children Play?
Pontchartrain
My Attorney Bernie
None of Us Are Free
Antropology
The Water Is Wide

The Bay Area's own mixed-voice jazz ensemble Clockwork, late of some tremendous performances as a quintet at the 2004 and 2006 Harmony Sweeps Finals, placing 2nd and 3rd, respectively, is now a quartet featuring Angie Doctor, John Paddock and Dave Duran, adding Juliet Green of another beloved Bay Area jazz group, +4db. "Every Voice Counts" is produced by Trist Ethan Curless and The Bobs' Richard Bob Greene, and it is lightly accompanied by various jazz artists on guitar, bass, drums, steel pans, flute, sax, cello, violin and electric violin. 12 songs, with some of our Clockwork favorites like "Rhode Island Is Famous For You" and Radiohead's "Creep;" "I Carry You Around/Chameleon," Jimmy Van Heusen/Johnny Mercers "I Thought About You," Yusef Islam's "Where Do the Children Play," the moody "Pontchartrain," the very funny, scattish "My Attorney Bernie," Charlie Parkers "Anthropology" and the traditional spiritual "The Water is Wide." Great stuff, and one thing is certain, we will always love listening to talented, soulful, jazzy Clockwork!

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Item code: 2335C | 1 CD | $14.95 |add item to cart
Vocal Jazz | Some a cappella | Mixed | United States
CW2010

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