Neil Swainson

Born 15 November 1955
Neil Swainson
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1955-11-15
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Neil Swainson

Neil Swainson Biography (Wikipedia)

Neil James Sinclair Swainson (born November 15, 1955) is a Canadian jazz bassist. Swainson started his career in Victoria, British Columbia, when he supported visiting American musicians such as Herb Ellis, Barney Kessell, and Sonny Stitt. In 1976 he moved to Vancouver after playing with the Paul Horn Quintet and leading a band for two years. He moved to Toronto in 1977.

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George Gershwin
The Real American Folksong
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The Real American Folksong
Charlie Chaplin, Peter Appleyard, Reg Schwager, John Sherwood, Terry Clarke, Neil Swainson, Peter Appleyard & Diana Panton
Smile
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Smile
P.J. Perry
Nica's Dream
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Nica's Dream

Nica's Dream

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P.J. Perry
Mark Eisenman
John Sumner
George Shearing
Lili Marlene
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Lili Marlene
George Gershwin
Tip-toes - musical comedy (feat. Neil Swainson, The King’s Singers & George Shearing)
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Tip-toes - musical comedy (feat. Neil Swainson, The King’s Singers & George Shearing)
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