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New Gregory Harrington album is spellbinding, world class
(Published: October 16, 2019)

Gregory Harrington is a master violinist who has performed at Carnegie Hall, for presidents, and even the United Nations. His spellbinding new album Without You combines classics from U2 and Leonard Cohen with jazz standards. Harrington's poetic ear for sound deliver chills to the bone. He is an artist with a soulfulness in his heart.

Harrington offers a very one of a kind sound and his music is exciting, because he combines timeless jazz influences with fusion and other sensibilities from different backgrounds. One of the most fundamental unique aspects of Harrington's music is definitely the fact that he uses the violin as a leading instrument. You don't often hear violin in a jazz context, and this is precisely why Harrington's sound is so intrinsically unique and quite memorable.

Without You is consistently gripping and dazzling. This full-length album release features 11 songs, showcasing Harrington's full range of talents and musicianship. On tracks like "Oblivion," and "Caruso," he shows a perfect balance between emotional integrity and musical skills, with some world-class instrumental tones.

If you like music with a warm, yet sophisticated sound, this record is definitely going to be a right up your alley.

More Information: http://gregoryharrington.com


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