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April 15, 2013 | Will Patton Quartet; Jitterbug Waltz

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If he's not the best, he's certainly one of the tastiest jazz mandolinists alive today. New Englander Will Patton has been on our radar well over a decade as one of the most brilliant, and from the video below, you'll see why. Arranger, song-writer, and phenomenal on the frets, this is a personal favorite, Fats Waller "Jitterbug Waltz," and featured on his 2000 release, Latitudes and Departures. You'll find five "must have!" jazz mandolin CDs in his discography.

Enjoy:
Link: Will Patton Quartet; Jitterbug Waltz

Sample and purchase Will Patton projects:
Latitudes and Departures
Peripherique
String Theory
6th Street Runaround
Flow

Mandolin Cafe interview: 10 Questions for Will Patton

Posted by Ted at April 15, 2013 5:14 AM


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