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A Wallflower in the Amazon

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Darrell Katz

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Released: 2011
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Track Listing

01. I Like the Sunrise (It Brings New Hope They Say / I Hope It Likes Poor Me); 02. Red Blue; 03. A Wallflower in the Amazon (Aromatic Raptures Of Volume / The Vanishing Point); 04. Hoochie Coochie Man / All Bark and No Bite; 05. Visiting My Aunties (A Classical Freudian Hysteric / I Promise I Will Never Laugh Again); 06. Tuff Luck Blues; 07. For Our Sins; 08. The Red Blues.

Personnel

Darrell Katz
Darrell Katz

composer/conductor

Additional Personnel / Information

Darrell Katz (arrangiamenti e conduzione); Hiro Honshuku (flauto, EWI); Alan Chase, Jim Hobbs, Phil Scarf, Melanie Howell (sax e clarinetti); Jeff Huggins, Daniel Ian Smith, Phil Scarff, Dan Bosshardt (quartetto di sax nel brano finale); Mike Peipman, Gary Bohan, Bill Fanning (trombe); Justin Stanley, Ron Wold (corni francesi); David Harrris, Bob Pilkington (tromboni); Bill Lowe (tuba); Natalie Dietrich (vibrafono); Johnny Lee Schell, Norm Zacher (chitarre); Tom Hojnacki (piano); Pablo Bencid (batteria); Ricardo Monzon (percussioni); Alex Smith (basso); Rebecca Shrimpton (voce); Mike Finnigan (organo Hammond, voce); Taki Musoko (marimba).


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