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ed California's the Debonaires blew me away with this follow-up to Groovin' After Sundown. Their sound has changed a bit. I believe they lost their singer and tenor sax player, while picking up a new tenor sax/singer and a trumpet player. While I thought Groovin' After Sundown was a technically good and pleasant sounding album, it never caught me. I've hardly listened to it, it just never seemed to sound quite "right" and realize its potential
The Debonaires released their first album, Groovin’ After Sundown, in 1998. To date, they have released two additional albums, Debonaires (2001) and Longshout (2005), and have been featured on numerous compilations throughout the US and Europe. In the early to mid 2000’s, the band completed multiple national tours and had the great privilege of opening for several highly celebrated ska artists including The Skatalites, Desmond Dekker, Laurel Aitken, Phyllis Dillon, Justin Hindes, Rico Rodriguez, The Specials and Hepcat
To date, they have released three full-length albums, "Groovin' After Sundown" and "self titled" on Rivercidal Records. They appeared on numerous compilations and have finished two recent national tours
Groovin' High" is an influential 1945 song by jazz composer and trumpeter Dizzy Gillespie. The song was a bebop mainstay that became a jazz standard, one of Gillespie's best known hits, and, according to Bebop: The Music and Its Players author Thomas Owens, "the first famous bebop recording".
Les traigo una banda californiana, no confundirla con el duo de soul de los 60 con el mismo nombre. sacaron 3 discos: "Groovin' After Sundown" "the debonaires" y "long shout". com/watch?v c4xEWnHa88A&feature related. ar Tigres de tasmania a las 13 hs (-3gmt).
|1||So Far, So Good||2:58|
|2||When You Say||3:49|
|5||One Of A Kind||3:49|
|6||Time & Time||3:42|
|8||Rags To Reggae||2:22|
|10||Spirit Of '69||1:59|
|11||Live & Learn||3:21|
|13||A Dozen Roses + Bonus Track||9:01|