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Dont Call Her Larry 1
  • Artist: Lawrence Lebo
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 825346449128
  • Item #: SRD644912
  • Genre: Blues
  • Release Date: 10/26/2004
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Dont Call Her Larry 1 on CD

Don't Call Her Larry, Volume 1 Reviews: 'She sounds like what a daughter spawned by Ella Fitzgerald and Bob Wills might have.' John Bobey, Dirty Linen Magazine '... it's tuneful, assured singing.'  Allen Scott, JazzTimes Magazine ' Lebo swings, has a good sense of voice color and a fine grasp of the mechanics of selling a classic pop tune.'  William J. Schafer, The Mississippi Rag 'Swing with a touch of torch.'  Los Angeles Times Album Description Lawrence Lebo's critically acclaimed debut EP, 'Don't Call Her Larry', garnered rave reviews and landed her a feature spot on National Public Radio's WEEKEND EDITION, hosted by Liane Hansen. Recorded live to two track, and originally mastered at 45rpm on vinyl, it has by popular demand been re-released on CD format as 'Don't Call Her Larry Volume 1'. A scholar of roots music, Lawrence Lebo pays homage to the Big Band blues singers of the 1930's and 40's, surprisingly blended with traditional bluegrass instrumentation. Ace banjoist PAT CLOUD'S Charlie parker influenced solo work is not to be missed. The result is a truly original masterpiece. Enjoy Lawrence Lebo's unique and eclectic first outing 'Don't Call Her Larry Volume 1'.