Hey, its a special Saturday night edition of Friday Night Jazz!

I mentioned Vaughn Trapp’s terrific first release, Amerika, back in 2006. I loved the rich, Beatles-like melodies and topical lyrics.(Hear it at Yahoo Music; review here).

Now, Vaughn Trapp has released a new album called “Songs Of The Great Depression.” You can stream it for free, or download it (lossless or MP3) for $5.

Check it out:

click for streaming audio

Category: Friday Night Jazz, Music

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