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Trio Larose - Debut mp3 track

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Performer: Trio Larose
Title: Debut
Released: 2002
Style: Contemporary Jazz
Category: Jazz
Rating: 4.5 ✦


1 Lampoon 5:45
2 Swingo 6:42
3 We'll See 6:40
4 Devil's Pulpit 7:54
5 Poppin' Pop 4:48
6 Harlem Nocturne 7:07
7 Lady Face 4:17
8 Blues For Lucky Lakatos 12:24


  • Bass – Arne Huber
  • Drums – Bastian Jütte
  • Guest, Tenor Saxophone – Tony Lakatos
  • Tenor Saxophone – Steffen Larose Weber*


recorded April 2002

Trio Larose ‎– Debut. Label: JAZZ'n'ARTS RECORDS ‎– JNA 0802. Guest, Tenor Saxophone – Tony Lakatos. Tenor Saxophone – Steffen Larose Weber.

On this page you can listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. Release title: Trio Larose - Debut. Photo of Trio Larose - Debut. This album was released on the label JAZZ'n'ARTS RECORDS (catalog number JNA 0802). This album was released in 2002-05-02 year.

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Trio is the first studio album from the Northern German band of the same name. It was released on October 27, 1981, by Mercury Records. It included a bonus single and has a handle attached to the cover.

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Formed several years ago, the JIMMIE VAUGHAN TRIO calls Austin’s C-Boys’s club their home base, where you can find them most weekends. For Vaughan, the bass-less format of the band presents a challenge that he readily embraces. As a guitarist, it pushes me in a different direction, he told the Dallas Observer. It’s always a learning thing. I have to learn stuff that I’m not necessarily comfortable with. It allows me to go over here on this side and hear things differently