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ALL MY SORROWS

Surely one of Travis Edmonson's most interesting and innovative  arrangements, this mesmerizing interpretation of the traditional spiritual is an intense  highlight of the Santa Monica concert, at last brought forward from the semi-obscurity of Volume 2 via the  CD version which presents the entire concert in original order.  A piece which always seems to bring out the best in any artists who perform it, this particular rendition captures a depth of  pathos and feeling which transcends mere entertainment.


ALL OF MY LIFE

This pensive song, reflecting the same retrospective quality of its contemporary, “It Was a Very Good Year,” but without attempting a recitation of individual memories, is a Travis Edmonson composition from the mid 1960s, only recently brought to the foreground through the Santa Barbara Concert CD.  It's introspective theme, mixing love and philosophy (“wanting to be less lonely”) make it unique among his recorded music.


ALL OVER THE WORLD  (see ("Judgment Day")


ANGELICO

Where went Travis Edmonson, the jolly saga of Angelique's failures as a wife could not be far behind.  The buoyant Caribbean favorite is featured on four of his albums.


BETTER THAN ANYTHING

The melodic alliteration of one delight after another, each time superseded by the declaration that love is better than all of them ...  This immaculate reading , to be found on “In Person” exhibits the kind of phrasing Frank Sinatra would  be prroud of.  Enticing, and amazing, since it was a live album in a club.  First reaction of many fans would surely be that this is a Travis Edmonson composition, it has so much of his style in it, but in actual fact, the lyrics were written by former Kingston Trio bassist David “Buckwheat” Wheat who served in the same role for Bud and Travis in the mid-sixties.


THE BREEZE AND I

From a difficult-to-find live album, “On Cue,” visitors have a special chance to hear Travis Edmonson interjecting a pop song into his set.   Amply demonstrating versatility as an artist and arranger, he offers here a  pulsating and alluring musical introduction to the piece, sung at the opposite end of the scale from his more frequent tenor voicings.

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