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A Sculptic Masterpiece

This album is truly a piece of Artistic Musical Sculpture. It demonstrates the versatile gift and talent of a skilled and anointed musician sculpted by the Master to play as only he could. In my opinion I believe it emerges as a possible new genre of what could be called Scupltic Jazz. def. "Jazz which is hand crafted by shaping various types of skilled musicians into a 3-dimensional musical form." Get this today and catch him LIVE if you could.

Take a musical ride! Flowers For Rose

If you like jazz, live for it or play it you can't miss taking a musical ride with "FLOWERS FOR ROSÉ"! It is one of the best jazz songs ever written and performed!


Genre: Pop

Born April 19, 1920, in Cambridge, Massachusetts, Frank Fontaine enjoyed a successful career as both an actor and singer. Born to parents who were circus performers (his father was a "strong man" and his mother a trapeze artist), Fontaine began acting on TV programs in the late '40s before landing his best-known role as the character Crazy Guggenheim on the TV series Jackie Gleason & His American Scene Magazine (which ran from 1962 through 1966). On the show, Fontaine's singing would often be showcased,...
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Wisdom Rising, Frank Fontaine
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  • $9.90
  • Genres: Jazz, Music, Latino
  • Released: Sep 12, 2007

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