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Tin Whistle Line
Robert Brodeur
(from Rent Party!)
We have some great railway songs, but none of them Canadian - till now. Great harmonies and boogie rhthym 3:33 (3.3MB)

Too Darn Hot
Cole Porter 
(from Places to Go
Features a fabulous arrangement and a dynamic vocal from guitarist Robert Brodeur. And a great fluegelhorn solo from Bruce Hurn. Perfect Lindy Hop tempo. 4:19 (3.9MB)

Java Jive
Ben Oakland
(from Wolf at the Door)
The Trio alone singing one of our most requested songs 2:28 (2.3MB)

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Our Love is Here to Stay 
Triactive 070303 Released 3/03
Robert, Clark and Paul have recorded some of their best vocal material to date in their original trio format.
Our Love is Here to Stay - She’s So Hip - Up a Lazy River - Moonglow - 627 Stomp - Mood Indigo - Nevertheless - Let’s Do It - Basin Street Blues - I Don’t Want to Set the World on Fire - Dreaming (for Lenora) - No Anaesthetic For Love - I’ve Got My Love to Keep Me Warm - Sermonette
Rent Party!
Triactive 060501 Released 5/01
The follow up to Places to Go, People to See, this cd contains a great mix of standards and originals. It features outstanding arrangements and new originals by Robert Brodeur. Paul's whimsical ditty Une Vie du Chien provides a refreshing respite.
With guests Gene Hardy, tenor sax; Al Pease, clarinet; Jamie Hovorka, trumpet; Bobby Vail & Damian Graham, drums
Tin Whistle Line - Rent Party - Comes Love - Straighten Up and Fly Right - Let the Good Times Roll - Blue Skies - Eanie Meanie Miney Moe - Cow Cow Boogie - Hold Tight - Jumpin' Jive - Jersey Bounce - (I've Got a Gal In) Kalamazoo - The Flim Flam Man - Barnyard Boogie - Une Vie du Chien
Sorry - out of print. These tracks will be available for single download from ITunes, Napster, Puretracks and others by May 2006.
Places to Go, People to See
Triactive 050300 released 3/00
Recorded after a highly charged tour, this album captures for the first time the Big Band Trio realizing their vision of a larger format group. 
Clark's barrelhousing blues style propels the title cut to set the tone for a superb mix. 
Exceptional performances from guests Bobby Vail; Gene Hardy; Mike Broadley & Bruce Hurn, trumpet
Show Me the Money - Places to Go - Too Darn Hot - You Came a Long Way From St Louis - Boogie is My Business - Opus One - Hip to the Jive - We the Cats (Shall Hep Ya) - When I Take My Sugar to Tea  - Get Rythmn - Swing, Jump & Boogie - Five Guys Named Moe - Strip Polka - East St Louis Toodle-Oo
Wolf at the Door
Triactive 040298
The classic sound of the trio alone. This cd is a collection of recordings from their earliest sessions. Recorded between 1982 and 1992, it shows the inspiration and the roots of their unique vocal style. Includes Endless Night, a beautiful ballad penned by Robert.
House of Blue Lights - Chatanooga Choo Choo - Bluelight Boogie - Java Jive - Cheek to Cheek - Wolf at the Door - Choo Choo Ch Boogie - Shine - Puttin on the Ritz - Elmer's Tune - Endless Night - I Can't Go Home - Jump That Jive - Raw Toast

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