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California Dreamin'

Bud Shank

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"... Shank (had) open ears to developments in jazz over his long career and the underpinning of a superb technique on both saxophone and flute ..."
- The Guardian

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1
California Dreamin'
Bud Shank
2:29
2
Imprevu
Bud Shank
2:54
3
Listen People
Bud Shank
2:22
4
What The World Needs Now Is Love
Bud Shank
2:51
5
In Times Like These
Bud Shank
3:05
6
Norwegian Wood (This Bird Has Flown)
Bud Shank
2:38
7
Woman
Bud Shank
2:20
8
Monday Monday
Bud Shank
2:22
9
Daydream
Bud Shank
3:04
10
Gotta Go
Bud Shank
2:39
11
The End Of The World
Bud Shank
2:43
12
Husbands & Wives
Bud Shank
2:12
Total Playing Time    31:39
American saxophonist and flutist Bud Shank, while best known for his work in jazz, also worked in the pop world and is famous for contributing the improvised flute solo to the 1965 smash hit California Dreamin' by The Mamas & the Papas. This album capitalizes on that successful collaboration and also includes instrumental interpretations of 1960s songs by the Beatles, Burt Bacharach, Roger Miller and more.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Blue Note Records Studio Masters

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