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George Cole LIVE!

George Cole LIVE! by George Cole
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Label: Acoustic Disc
Released: 2015
Duration: 00:55:18
Views: 328

Track Listing

Riverside Drive; Samois Faire; The One That Got Away; Sheila's Waltz; Avalon; Limehouse Blues; La Vie En Rose; Caravan; Tres Vite; The Crooner


Personnel

George Cole
guitar, acoustic
David Grisman
mandolin
Kaeli Earle
bass, acoustic
Javier Jimenez
bass, acoustic

Album Description

GEORGE COLE LIVE - Recorded live at the Freight and Salvage, Berkeley California, this was George Cole's headline performance at the "Esprit de Django et Stephane Festival" 2015. David Grisman is the featured guest and plays mandolin. George Cole's original songs make up six of the ten tracks. GEORGE COLE DISCOGRAPHY - RECORDINGS Bixou Bixou ‘Bixou Bixou’ (2019) George Cole ‘LIVE!’ (2015) George Cole Quintet ‘Riverside Drive’ (2010) The Hot Club ‘Samois Faire’ (2007) George Cole "George Cole" (2004) GEORGE COLE AS BAND MEMBER, SESSION MUSICIAN, OR GUEST ARTIST “David Grisman Sextet”, David Grisman Sextet (2016) “Egg (over Easy)”, Lee Seung-Hwan (2003) “Everyday Real”, Christie McCarthy (2003) “A Ride Up the Mountain Where Miracles Live”, Glassbrick Boulevard (2002) “Steady Fready”, Fred Horn (1999) “Forever Blue”, Chris Isaak (1995) “Slipaway”, Jerry Shelfer (1992) “Beatnik Beach”, Beatnik Beatch (1986) “At the Zula Pool”, Beatnik Beatch (1986)


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