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In The End (V. Dave / 80s Stallone) - Written specifically to have an 80's sound and feel. Based on 80s Stallone's
instantly recognisable riffs.

The Chicken (Pee Wee Ellis) - The classic jam song that originally appeared on the b-side of
James Brown's 'The Popcorn'. While bedding in a new reed I hit record just to see what it sounded like.

Pedale (V. Dave) - Another original electronic composition. As for its title, the song revolves around a single
note known as a pedal note. Or pedale in French.

The Violence Of Silence (V. Dave) - Stand up and be counted! And dance while you're doing it.

Goodbye Pork Pie Hat (Charles Mingus) - Mingus' tribute to the one and only Lester Young.
Improvised and recorded in a single take.

The End (V. Dave) - A meloncholic ballad featuring just drums, bass and tenor sax.

Angel Eyes (Matt Dennis) - A jazz classic, again improvised and recorded in a single take.

Paris Mon Amour (V. Dave) - A love letter to Paris in three parts: La Joie, Le Chagrin, L'Espoir.

The Good Ol' Days? (V. Dave) - Examining the funky supposition that the old days really were better.

Watermelon Mash (Herbie Hancock / V. Dave) - Watermelon Man is a jazz fusion classic.
This is not a version for people who respect Hancock, his song or jazz in general. 

Follow The Rabbit (V. Dave) - I thought it would be fun to try and write a
song where each chord change is also a key change. I think it worked quite well.