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Swing, Blues & Big Band

Chris Whiteley

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1.1
Chip Shot
Chris Whiteley
1:38
1.2
Another Slice
Chris Whiteley
2:42
1.3
Locomotive
Chris Whiteley
3:02
1.4
Uptown Swing
Chris Whiteley
2:25
1.5
Jump Swing
Chris Whiteley
2:35
1.6
Private Eye
Chris Whiteley
2:30
1.7
Swing Ballad
Chris Whiteley
3:32
1.8
Porch Blues
Chris Whiteley
2:35
1.9
Blues Harps Shuffle
Chris Whiteley
2:22
1.10
D Blues
Chris Whiteley
2:47
1.11
Late Night
Chris Whiteley
3:27
1.12
Low Down Blues
Chris Whiteley
2:57
1.13
Back 9
Chris Whiteley
2:40
1.14
Kickin'
Chris Whiteley
2:20
Total Playing Time    37:32
Chris Whiteley presents Swing, Blues, & Big Band, a fun romp through a variety of styles, all with one common thread: groove and style. Chris Whiteley was born in Kansas and came to Canada as a youth where he came to be one of the top musicians in the country. A multi-instrumentalist and nine time Maple Blues Award Winner for Best Horn Player of the Year, Whiteley is also a recipient of Jazz Report Magazine’s Album of the Year Award.
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Nightingale Music Library Studio Masters

Tracks 1-14 – 44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM, mastered in 48 kHz / 24-bit

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