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Pulling Your Own Strings

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Ricky Sweum

Label: Origin Records
Released: 2009
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Track Listing

Yesterday's Tomorrow; Hot Sonny Day; Nice Pants; Pulling Your Own Strings; The Dance of Ettenro; Sunset Iraq; Under Sonny's Bridge; It's Indicative; State of Acceptance; Piebald City; Ben & Jerry's Delight

Personnel

Ricky Sweum
Ricky Sweum

saxophone

Additional Personnel / Information

Ricky Sweum: tenor & soprano saxophones; Wayne Wilkinson: guitar; Jason Crowe: bass; Henrique De Almeida: drums

Album Description

Released on Origin Records in 2009, Ricky Sweum’s debut showcases the saxophonist in a light of gratitude, as he pays homage to one of his musical heroes, Michael Brecker, through a set of finely-tuned originals. Showcasing his talents as a writer and creative force, Sweum leads his band in a direction that is uniquely his own.


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