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Live From Randy Wood's Pickin' Parlor - Low Country Jazz

By Mandolin Cafe
November 10, 2011 - 9:58 am

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Live From Randy Wood's Pickin' Parlor - Low Country Jazz

Live From Randy Wood's Pickin' Parlor - Low Country Jazz

Bloomingdale, Ga. — Flatt Mountain Records has announced the release of Low Country Jazz, a DVD featuring an all-star line-up that includes Jeff Autry on guitar and vocals, Don Stiernberg on mandolin and vocals, Ben Tucker on bass and Tony Williamson on mandolin and vocals.

Recorded live at Randy Wood's Pickin' Parlor in December, 2007, the quartet runs through a program of classic and original jazz tunes played on acoustic instruments.

Lady Be Good
Wild Julio
Well You Needn't
Blue Heels
Limehouse Blues
Blues Santa Cruz
Spanish Eyes
Mr. Ambassador
Blooming Dale
Midnight on the Water
Now's the Time
Short Sleeves in December

DVD Bonus Feature:
When It's Time for the Whippoorwill to Sing - Randy Wood & Tony Williamson
The Making of Low Country Jazz
(I'm Changing the Words to) My Love Song - Randy Wood & Tony Williamson

"One of the great things about owning the Pickin' Parlor is the chance it gives me to bring together great players who don't normally perform as a group. Low Country Jazz was one of those special occasions, and those lucky enough to fill one of the Pickin' Parlor's 100 seats that night saw a truly magical performance. Fortunately, we had the cameras rolling, so we're able to share that special evening with you, too," said Randy Wood.

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