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Retrospective: Kam Falk’s Native Tongue

Kam Falk: Native TongueWe have found another gem in the archives…

Bassist Kam Falk released his debut album Native Tongue in 2001, combining jazz, rock, World and classical music with a taste of the blues.

A little background on Native Tongue, from the album notes: “After years of performing, recording and developing his craft with some of today’s most respected musicians, such as Elliott Randall (Steely Dan, Doobie Brothers), Delmar Brown (Sting, Miles Davis), and Gerry Brown (Stanley Clarke, Stevie Wonder), Kam Falk delivers his own brand of jazz with this debut offering entitled Native Tongue. Produced with no compromises over a ten-year span, Native Tongue is a CD with much to offer – ten songs with twelve special guests, along with a multimedia enhancement that includes a full-length video, liner notes, session photos and weblink to Kam’s site.”

According to AllAboutJazz he is working on a second release, Retro-Respect.

Be sure to check out Falk on MySpace.

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