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Jeff Healy Last Call

September 1, 2010
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gp0910_riffs_ed3AT2_nrThis final collection of trio and solo jazz/swing tunes highlights the affection and connection that Healy had for a variety of musical styles. His guitar playing and vocals—along with occasional trumpet outings—on such ’20s- and ’30s-era tunes as “Pennies from Heaven,” “Autumn in New York,” and “Time on My Hands” are all quite revealing of the deep and wide-ranging talent that Healy possessed. This album has kind of a melancholy vibe, but the playing is solid, and it merits a place in your jazz collection. Stony Plain.

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