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Dan Levenson - Traveling Home album mp3
  • Performer:
    Dan Levenson
  • Title:
    Traveling Home
  • Genre:
  • Date of release:
    July 18, 2007
  • Duration:
    45:28
  • Size FLAC version
    1559 megabytes
  • Size MP3 version
    1644 megabytes
  • Size WMA version
    1485 megabytes
  • Rating:
    4.1
  • Votes:
    308
  • Formats:
    RA AUD AAC TTA APE VOX

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2005 - This is Dan’s latest recording to date. It is a mostly instrumental album featuring Dan’s fiddle, banjo and a little singing. Many of the tracks feature guitar accompaniment by Newfoundland’s Rik Barron and J. Tomchick rplaying banjo on several tracks Two vocal tracks. Dan Levenson - banjo, fiddle and vocals on tracks 2 & 9. Rik Barron - guitar. J. Tomchick - banjo on tracks 5, 12 & 17. Track List with key and tuning. Red Haired Boy - A (AEae). Leaving Home - C (gCGCD). John Brown’s Dream - A (aEAC.Dry and Dusty - D (DDad).

Artist: Dan Levenson. Album: Light Of The Moon. Download Dan Levenson - Hard Traveling. Light Of The Moon: Best 2 songs. Dan Levenson - Willow Waltz 03:13. Dan Levenson - Joke on the Puppy (aka Rye Straw) Barenaked Banjos, 2001 01:59. Artist: Dan Levenson.

Dan Levinson and His Swing Wing-named after bandleader Paul Whiteman’s band within a band during the 1930s-brings together some of the finest musicians in the New York area. The repertoire of this seven-piece group includes the music made famous by such pre-eminent Swing Era small bands as Tommy Dorsey’s Clambake Seven, Bob Crosby’s Bobcats, the John Kirby Sextet, Bud Freeman’s Summa Cum Laude Orchestra, and others, expertly blending written music with free-wheeling improvisation. His short and tragic life, lived at full tilt in the roaring ’20s, inspired the book Young Man with a Horn,later made into a film starring Kirk Douglas. In honor of Beiderbecke’s 100th birthday, concert promoter Doug LaPasta commissioned Dan Levinson and premier jazz cornetist Peter Ecklund to write new arrangements of some Beiderbecke’s classic numbers.

The Mississippi Rag calls Dan Levinson the in-demand reedman. A specialist in traditional jazz and swing, Dan is indeed one of the most prolific musicians on the scene today, equally at home as both a leader and sideman. During a twenty-year career, he has appeared alongside such prominent artists as Dick Hyman, Mel Tormé, Wynton Marsalis, Ed Polcer, Howard Alden, Joe Ascione, Dan Barrett, Jon-Erik Kellso, Randy Reinhart, Mark Shane, Kevin Dorn, Dick Sudhalter, Frank Vignola, Randy Sandke, and John Cocuzzi.

Daniel J. Levinson (May 28, 1920 – April 12, 1994), a psychologist, was one of the founders of the field of positive adult development. Levinson is most well known for his theory of stage-crisis view, however he also made major contributions to the fields of behavioral, social, and developmental psychology. His interest in the social sciences began with studies on personality and authoritarianism, and eventually progressed to studies on development.

Credits

Dan Levenson - Primary Artist

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Red Haired Boy Dan Levenson 2:10
2 Leaving Home Dan Levenson 3:18
3 John Brown's Dream Dan Levenson 2:03
4 Dry and Dusty Dan Levenson 2:36
5 Camp Chase/Jenny Git Around Dan Levenson 3:40
6 Texas Gals Dan Levenson 2:27
7 John Lover's Gone Dan Levenson 1:56
8 Texas Dan Levenson 1:50
9 Milwaukee Blues Dan Levenson 3:09
10 Kentucky John Henry Dan Levenson 2:20
11 Lost Indian Dan Levenson 3:11
12 Boatman Dan Levenson 2:16
13 Durang's Hornpipe Dan Levenson 2:08
14 Monkey on a Dogcart Dan Levenson 2:07
15 Whistling Rufus Dan Levenson 1:45
16 Sandy Boys Dan Levenson 2:23
17 Arkansas Traveler/MississippiSawyer/Rock the Cradle Joe Dan Levenson 3:04
18 Banjo Tramp Dan Levenson 3:05