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Ed Kliman | South Austin Swing

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South Austin Swing

by Ed Kliman

"Hot Club" style swing, jug band blues and honky tonk soul - high crimes, low truths and a whole lot of rhythm from Austin, Texas.
Genre: Jazz: Gypsy Jazz
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1. When the Levee Breaks
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2. Rain Through My Roof
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3. Rainy Day Man
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4. My Istanbul Nights
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5. Bonnie and Clyde
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6. Aspasia
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7. Iago's Blues
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8. Honey Child
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9. South Austin Swing
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10. Hold On
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Who? You'll only ask that question if you haven't heard him sing yet. His immediately recognizable baritone voice is equal parts grit and glory as it soars through whatever music he is working on at the time.

Ed Kliman's quirky career has taken as many twists and turns as his discography, starting with his birth in an Army hospital and leading to his current home base in Austin, Texas, writing music for Shakespeare productions around the world and singing American roots-based music as if his life depended on it. Along the way, he has been a professional writer, run a blues bar, recorded voiceovers for national radio ads, produced audiobooks for children, appeared as a professional actor in numerous plays, served as the house band for a competitive BBQ team and lived through enough miles and midnights for any three people.

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