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Gordon Goodwin and Little Phat Band present us “An Elusive Man”

Gordon Goodwin and Little Phat Band present us “An Elusive Man”

Gordon Goodwin the 4-time Grammy winner allows his jazz band to open up on “An Elusive Man,” that is arriving on September 9tt, via the Music of Content label.

Goodwin’s Little Phat BandGoodwin (piano and tenor sax), Wayne Bergeron (trumpet), Eric Marienthal (alto and tenor sax), Andy Martin (trombone), Andrew Synowiec (electric and acoustic guitar), Rick Shaw (electric and acoustic bass), Bernie Dresel (drums) and Joey De Leon (percussion) – fills the diverse “An Elusive Man” with regal swing, elegant be-bop and effulgent Latin jazz rhythms along with soulful jazz funk jams.

As for the album’s title, Goodwin reveals, “It is a reference to people we all know who go through life in fear and hide behind their jobs, their sense of humor or even their skill sets, but never really reveal much about themselves. They present a public persona, often a well-crafted one, but we never get to see who they are inside.”

 “An Elusive Man” contains the following songs:Part 2 (1)

“The LP Shuffle”

“Cot in the Act”

“Behind You”

“An Elusive Man”

“Samba Cya”

“Garaje Gato”

“I Know You”

“Walkin'”

“In a Sentimental Mood”

“Why We Can’t Have Nice Things”

Milena Staniskovska

August 24th, 2016

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