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A brand new recording by Supertramp saxofonist John Hellweill: Our selection of tunes is based on strong melodies from the fields of folk, jazz, rock, pop, and originals by Jasper and me. I suggested that we play three Supertramp tunes, as a lengthy part of my musical life has been centred around the music of Rick Davies and Roger Hodgson. I first heard Don't Ever Leave Me played by Keith Jarrett. It's such a beautiful, short and poignant melody that we decided to play four versions and have them act as "bookends" for our music. If you enjoy listening to this music half as much as we enjoyed playing it, our labours of love have succeeded!
A brand new recording by Supertramp saxofonist John Hellweill: Our selection of tunes is based on strong melodies from the fields of folk, jazz, rock, pop, and originals by Jasper and me. I suggested that we play three Supertramp tunes, as a lengthy part of my musical life has been centred around the music of Rick Davies and Roger Hodgson. I first heard Don't Ever Leave Me played by Keith Jarrett. It's such a beautiful, short and poignant melody that we decided to play four versions and have them act as "bookends" for our music. If you enjoy listening to this music half as much as we enjoyed playing it, our labours of love have succeeded!
608917355321
John Helliwell - Don't Ever Leave Me

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Format: Vinyl
Label: CHALLENGE
Rel. Date: 06/09/2023
UPC: 608917355321

Don't Ever Leave Me
Artist: John Helliwell
Format: Vinyl
New: We Can Order For In-Store Pickup or Choose To Ship It $28.99
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A brand new recording by Supertramp saxofonist John Hellweill: Our selection of tunes is based on strong melodies from the fields of folk, jazz, rock, pop, and originals by Jasper and me. I suggested that we play three Supertramp tunes, as a lengthy part of my musical life has been centred around the music of Rick Davies and Roger Hodgson. I first heard Don't Ever Leave Me played by Keith Jarrett. It's such a beautiful, short and poignant melody that we decided to play four versions and have them act as "bookends" for our music. If you enjoy listening to this music half as much as we enjoyed playing it, our labours of love have succeeded!
        
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