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October 17, 2013 | Swing 39 Quartet:"Entre deux Tours"

How about a little guitar, upright bass, and oud today?

Throw in the stylings of some jazz vibraphone, and you have the recipe for some tasty, outside the box Gypsy music. We're fans of France's Swing 39 Quartet, and from the video clip below, you'll soon hear why.

Enjoy!

Video link:Swing 39 Quartet:"Entre deux Tours"

Artist website: Swing 39 Quartet

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Posted by Ted at October 17, 2013 2:55 PM


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