Jim Duffy
Jim Duffy


"Tenerife" was inspired by a 1966 sculpture of that name by Robert Grosvenor. It's a sort of aerodynamic fiberglas fin that's mounted on the ceiling and pushes forward into space - into the future, really. I saw it at the Whitney Museum of American Art, and it rocked me. Do yourself a favor and look it up.

Jim Duffy on Wurlitzer electric piano, Dennis Diken on drums, Paul Page on bass, Lance Doss on guitar, Kevin Kendrick on vibraphone. Recorded and mixed by Mario Viele, mastered by Scott Hull.

"Tenerife" is from the album "Pale Afternoon."

Audio Playlist

Latest Release: "Pale Afternoon"

 The latest release  from Jim  Duffy is "Pale Afternoon," a  collection of 11  moody and bouncy  instrumental pop tunes. Buy CDs here.

Music Available

You can find Jim Duffy's music on CD Baby.

And on iTunes.

And on SoundCloud.

And on Spotify.

And on Amazon.

Some music tracks are now available on YouTube, both here and on the 3dotsmusic channel.

And on the music page of this blog. 

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