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True Stories (feat. Russ Freeman)

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After 30 years together, The Rippingtons are smoother than ever. “Wild Tales” pulls you into an exotic groove as Russ Freeman laces the rhythm with Latin guitar. With a balanced serving of seduction (“Flamenco Beach” and “Wonderland”), tenderness (“True Stories”), and timeless R&B (“My Promise to You”), the Ripps’ latest belongs with their classic works.

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Sounds very good !

Sounds very good so far !

Sweet, unapologetic Rippingtons vibe

Good stuff and looking forward to sample the whole album. Well done Russ and the guys!

Timeless

Another fantastic recording from The Rippingtons. Can't wait to get the entire album.

Biography

Formed: 1987 in Los Angeles, CA

Genre: Jazz

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

One of the most popular groups in what is loosely termed "contemporary jazz," the Rippingtons were formed (and have been led ever since) by guitarist/keyboardist Russ Freeman (no relation to the veteran West Coast bop pianist of the same name). Freeman (born February 11, 1960, in Nashville) studied at Cal Arts and UCLA, and recorded Nocturnal Playground as a leader in 1985 for the Brainchild label, a one-man project. In 1987, he was approached to record for the Japanese Alfa label and came up with...
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