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Instrumental lounge jazz group July 16, 2011 at the Stingray Lounge in northwest Denver, CO.

Hit the Bricks
Hung It Up
Luna
Park Avenue Beat (Perry Mason Theme)
Tequila
Walk Don't Run

The band are Tony Nascar (guitar, upright bass, percussion), Susan Phelan (upright bass, guitar), Megan Wise (vibes, percussion).

Last edited: Sep 22, 2011 17:23:46

Tuck wrote:

Instrumental lounge jazz group July 16, 2011 at the
Stingray Lounge in northwest Denver, CO.

Hit the
Bricks

Hung It
Up

Luna
Park Avenue
Beat

(Perry Mason Theme)
Tequila
Walk Don't
Run

The band are Tony Nascar (guitar, upright bass,
percussion), Susan Phelan (upright bass, guitar), Megan
Wise (vibes, percussion).

a unique take on 'walk don't run' quite velvetty

www.surfintheeye.com

The original. Johnny Smith

Ventures source recording Chet Atkins

My personal favorite is probably the Fathoms on Swingin' Creepers, A Tribute to the Ventures, which sort of hoists it into surf territory.

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