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Lights On

Larry Carlton, SWR Big Band

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1.1
Mellow Out (Live in Studio)
Larry Carlton; SWR Big Band
5:07
1.2
Milestones (Live in Studio)
Larry Carlton; SWR Big Band
5:24
1.3
Kid Charlemagne (Live in Studio)
Larry Carlton; SWR Big Band
8:03
1.4
Fnnn (Live in Studio)
Larry Carlton; SWR Big Band
8:04
1.5
Too Young to Go Steady (Live in Studio)
Larry Carlton; SWR Big Band
6:53
1.6
My Favorite Things (Live in Studio)
Larry Carlton; SWR Big Band
7:30
1.7
Room 335 (Live in Studio)
Larry Carlton; SWR Big Band
7:01
1.8
Friday Nights Shuffle (Live in Studio)
Larry Carlton; SWR Big Band
6:38
1.9
The Wells Gone Dry (Live in Studio)
Larry Carlton; SWR Big Band
8:42
1.10
Black Friday (Live in Studio)
Larry Carlton; SWR Big Band
4:49
Total Playing Time    68:11
Guitarist Larry Carlton joins together with Europe's SWR Big Band for Lights On a magnificent live recording of originals and tunes by Miles Davis, Steely Dan and more. Carlton's improvisations are sensitively adaptive to the big band format, and his pop sensibilities make his interpretations of more contemporary songs approachable and exciting.
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – 335 Records Studio Masters

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