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25 Years

Label: Ridgeway Records
Released: 2020
Views: 155

Track Listing

CD 1: Erika; Alma Llanera; Govinda; Fiestas; Simplicity; Pathless Path; Pere; Impossible Question. CD 2: What If?; Aguantando; Caballo Viejo; Barinas; Uninvited Thoughts; Navigator; Gracias A La Vida; Venezuela Unida; Triumphs

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Additional Personnel / Information

Edward Simon: piano; keyboards; Mark Turner: tenor saxophone (CD1: 1, 2. CD2: 3); Ben Street: bass: (CD1: 1); David Binney: alto saxophone ( CD 1: 1, 3, 7, 8. CD2: 2, 5, 9); Brian Blade: drums (CD1: 3, 6, 7, 8); Adam Cruz: drums (CD1: 1,2, 4, 5, 7. CD2: 3, 4, 7); Larry Grenadier: CD2: bass (CD1: 2. CD2: 3); Adam Rogers: guitar (CD1: 3, 8. CD2: 2, 9); John Ellis: bass clarinet (CD2: 4) Luciana Sousa: vocals (CD1: 3, 8); Avishai Cohen: bass (CD1: 4, 5); Pernell Saturnino: percussion (CD1: 4); John Patitucci: bass (CD1: 6); Shane Endsley: trumpet (CD1: 8); Jesse Newman: trombone (CD1: 8); Alan Ferber: trombone (CD1: 8); Genevieve Artadi: vocals (CD2: 1); Marco Granados: flute (CD2: 4) ; Roberto Koch: bass (CD2: 4); Jorge Glem: cuatro (CD2: 4); Edmar Casteneda: harp (CD2: 4); Leonardo Granados: maracas (CD2: 4); Valery Coleman: flute (CD2: 5); Toyin Spellman-Diaz: oboe (CD2: 5); Mark Dover: clarinet (CD2: 5); Monica Ellis: bassoon (CD2: 5); Jeff Scott: French horn (CD2: 5); Luis Quintero: percussion (CD2: 5); Joe Martin: bass (CD2: 7); Miguel Zenon: alto saxophone (CD2 8); David Sanchez: tenor saxophone, percussion (CD2: 8); Sean Jones: trumpet (CD2: 8); Robin Eubanks: trombone (CD2: 8); Matt Penman: bass (CD2: 8); Obed Calvaire: drums (CD2: 8); Warren Wolf: vibraphone (CD2: 8); Gretchen Parleto: vocals (CD2: 9).


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