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Latch Onto That Rhythm (Isolation Sessions #1)

by Michael Gamble and his Very Swinging Friends

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Michael Gamble presents some carefully curated, remotely-recorded swing music for dancers and lovers of early jazz and swing. Enjoy!

SESSION #1 PERSONNEL

Laura Windley - Vocals on 1, 4, 5, 7
Dan Levinson - Clarinet & Tenor Saxophone
Noah Hocker - Trumpet
Jonathan Stout - Acoustic & Electric Guitars
Chris Dawson - Piano
Michael Gamble - String Bass
Hal Smith - Drums

ISOLATION SESSIONS
All recordings from this series were made remotely, each of the 18 musicians (from 9 states) playing either in their homes, home-studios, or whatever they could make work! Despite the logistical challenges, we were determined to make an artistically cohesive and exciting project. Sections were pieced together painstakingly to make sure that no part was recorded prior to something that it needed to react creatively to, which often required multiple takes by the same musician on the same tune, spread over weeks. We believe the result — while certainly different in feel than prior Rhythm Serenaders albums which were recorded live in a single room — is a special set of recordings with their own completely unique flavor. We hope they’ll be enjoyed for years to come!

Artwork based on photo by Piqant Photography, taken at Ljubljana International Swing Academy 2020.

Somebody Loves Me (140 bpm)
Softly, As In A Morning Sunrise (150 bpm)
Lester Smooths It Out (140 bpm)
Bounce Me Brother With A Solid Four (170 bpm)
Did I Remember? (150 bpm)
Joe Louis Stomp (215 bpm)
One Never Knows, Does One? (85 bpm)

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released September 3, 2020

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Michael Gamble and his Very Swinging Friends Asheville, North Carolina

Michael Gamble, known for his swing festival group the Rhythm Serenaders, leads various hard-swinging and stylistically- faithful ensembles created in the mold of the late 1930’s, early 1940’s dance band. Their sound is characterized by an aggressive four-on-the-floor time-feel, thick & riffy horn arrangements, and an eclectic songbook that ranges from sweet and sentimental to hot and jumping. ... more

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