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It’s my fake Monk tune. It owes so much to “Pannonica” and “Ruby, My Dear”, and even a little piece of “Bye-Ya”. The ruby went to emerald, in tribute to Erin’s birthstone. I’ve always been proud of the melody and especially the harmony on the bridge. I can’t remember writing it, but it ended up in the score for “The Kid” in a humorous scene, and it always maintained an atmosphere of happy revelry. When performed with all three lines and the quadruple time feel in the last section it was the closest I ever came to “wow check out my big band chart.” Jeff Reilly was the master of the drunken surprise drums for this one.


from Projector (Studio 2005), released September 15, 2005



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The melodies are haunting, the grooves are devastating, and the band expertly serves jazz purists, indie-rock hipsters, and funk loving jam fans alike.

"...jazz as if Kenny G and Wynton Marsalis never came along to ruin the genre's mainstream and leave its great minds to squawk away in an underground vacuum." -Flagpole
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