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Art and Four Brothers

The Art Van Damme Ensemble

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1
Easy to love (from "Born to Dance")
The Art Van Damme Quintet
2:00
2
Shiny Stockings
The Art Van Damme Quintet
2:50
3
Lush Life
The Art Van Damme Quintet
3:10
4
Sunny
The Art Van Damme Quintet
2:50
5
Love is here to stay (from "The Goldwyn Follies")
The Art Van Damme Quintet
2:40
6
Snowfall
The Art Van Damme Quintet
3:22
7
Four Brothers
The Art Van Damme Quintet
2:38
8
My Little Boat
The Art Van Damme Quintet
3:10
9
On a Wonderful Day Like Today
The Art Van Damme Quintet
2:30
10
Love Is Blue
The Art Van Damme Quintet
2:35
11
What the World Needs Now
The Art Van Damme Quintet
1:58
12
Poor Butterfly
The Art Van Damme Quintet
2:35
Total Playing Time    32:18
American accordionist Art Van Damme recorded some 16 albums for German label MPS, considered among the best of his prolific career, including this 1969 release. Augmenting Van Damme's unique trademark combination sound of guitar, vibes and accordion supplied by his own band members are the "four brothers," saxophonists Hans Wolf, Heinz Loch, Rolf Prinz and Werner Dauber.
88.2 kHz / 24-bit PCM – MPS Records Studio Masters

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