[JPL] tuba-playing penguin retires

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Sun Oct 12 18:55:00 EDT 2008


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> Shaping the sound of Jazz, R+B and Rock for decades, RANDY BRECKER's trumpet
> and flugelhorn performances have graced hundreds of albums by a wide range of
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> Melodic Latin Jazz recording: ''RANDY IN BRASIL''
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> In a message dated 10/12/2008 7:39:54 A.M. Eastern Daylight Time,
> jazzpromo at earthlink.net writes:
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> <<..That announcement signals the end of Opus, the charming  penguin who has
> entertained comics readers for nearly 30 years, starting  with Bloom
> County..>>
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> Seems like an opportunity to have some radio tributes. Get out your tuba
> repertoire, or the Opus repertoire (#1, A dollar three eighty, etc.). The
> Kenton  
> suite (Chartreuse, Pastels, not all readily available, but out there
> somewhere,  etc.)
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> Ed
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> Shaping the sound of Jazz, R+B and Rock for decades, RANDY BRECKER's trumpet
> and flugelhorn performances have graced hundreds of albums by a wide range of
> artists...It was time for another RB-Solo recording that came from the
> soul....here it is.....BRECKER IS BACK in a strong way with a Spectacular
> Melodic Latin Jazz recording: ''RANDY IN BRASIL''
> 
> Produced by Ruria  Duprat in Brasil, ''RANDY IN BRASIL'' features such
May I recommend:

Ron Kalina & Jim Self "The Odd Couple" Bassett Hound Records 110
Street Date: August 1, 2008
Jim Self, Tuba & FLUBA, Ron Kalina, Harmonica, Larry Koonse, Guitar
Tom Warrington, Bass, Joe La Barbera, Drums


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