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#1

#1 by Igor Willcox
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Igor Willcox

Label: Room73 Records
Released: 2017
Duration: 01:03:00
Views: 2,331

Track Listing

Brotherhood #1, The Scare #2, Old Friends #3, Julie's Blues #4, Brad Vibe #5, Thankful #6, Room 73 #7, Waltz For My Love #8, Lifetime #9.


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Additional Personnel / Information

Igor Willcox #1: drums; Clayton Sousa #2: saxophone, flute (tracks 1,2,4,6,7,8); Vini Morales #3: piano, keyboards, synths (tracks 2,4,5,7,9); Glecio Nascimento #4: electric bass, acoustic bass (tracks 4,5, 9); Erik Escobar #5: keyboards, synths (tracks 1,3,6); Rubem Farias #6: electric bass (tracks 2,3,6,8); Bocato #7: trombone (track 4); Bruno Alves #8: piano, synth (track 8); Fernando Rosa #9: electric bass (track 7); Jj Frannco #10: electric bass (track 1); Carlos Tomati #11: guitar (tracks 3,9).

Album Description

#1 is the first album solo of the drummer and composer Igor Willcox. Track List: 1- Brotherhood (Igor Willcox) 2- The Scare (Igor Willcox) 3- Old Friends (Erik Escobar) 4- Julie's Blues (Igor Willcox) 5- Brad Vibe (Vini Morales) 6- Thankful (Erik Escobar) 7- Room 73 (Igor Willcox) 8- Waltz For My Love (Igor Willcox) 9- Lifetime (Igor Willcox) ​ Bocato (trombone), Carlos Tomati (guitar), Erik Escobar (keyboards), Vini Morales (keyboards), Clayton Sousa (saxophone/flute), Glecio Nascimento (bass), Bruno Alves (keyboards), Rubem Farias (bass), Fernando Rosa (bass), Jj Frannco (bass), Marcus Cesar (percussion). Recorded at Room 73 and Drum Village Studio. Mixed and Mastered by Igor Willcox Produced by Igor Willcox Cover Photo by: ZECINTRA


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