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Thread: New to swing mandolin, who should I be listening to?

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    Default Re: New to swing mandolin, who should I be listening to?

    Another interesting jazz player is Will Patton who lives in Vermont. He plays an old Gibson A mandolin & does a lot of
    arranging of jazz tunes, plus presenting his own compositions.

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    Default Re: New to swing mandolin, who should I be listening to?

    Fats Waller wrote a lot of tunes and songs that get covered by swing bands. So did Duke Ellington and Hoagy Carmichael.
    "Those who know don't have the words to tell, and the ones with the words don't know so well." - Bruce Cockburn

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    Default Re: New to swing mandolin, who should I be listening to?

    New ear candy just out from Aaron:


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    Default Re: New to swing mandolin, who should I be listening to?

    I had the good fortune to jam with Jason Anick and his Berklee Thai student Volt Jingjit at the Adhere 13th Blues bar (my regular spot in Bangkok). Jason is amazing on fiddle and mandolin. Volt is equally amazing in his own way too! Volt plays with his brother Whim at Adhere when he is in Bangkok.
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