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Super Desserts - Banjo Forever FLAC album

Performer: Super Desserts
Genre: Pop music / Folk and World music
Title: Banjo Forever
Released: 2010
FLAC version ZIP size: 1594 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1490 mb
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Super Desserts ‎– Banjo Forever. Label: Red Bird Recordings ‎– RBRSDV1. 2010 Super Desserts/Red Bird Recordings ww. edbirdrecordings. Recorded and mixed by Justin Riley Mastered by Jason Ward of Chicago Mastering Service Illustration by Spike Press. Mastering SID Code: RBRSDV1. Other: VOLUME ONE 2010.

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Forever is a double CD album of live acoustic recordings recorded in California, Tokyo and Seattle in 2009 by the Return to Forever pianist Chick Corea, bass player Stanley Clarke and drummer Lenny White and studio rehearsals with guests Jean-Luc Ponty, Bill Connors and Chaka Khan. It was released on the Concord label I 2011. In 2012, the album received the Grammy Award for Best Jazz Instrumental Album.

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The Super Desserts are set to release their new record Banjo Forever this Sunday (Jan. 24) at Used Kids Records. In a way, this is a new old record, as many tracks come from previously released material that have been remixed with added instrumentation. This quirky gaggle of artists call on a variety of instruments (as with the first album, Barefoot in the Disenchanted Forest) that seem to tell stories of the mishaps of seeing life through melodic, rose-colored glasses.