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Barefoot on the Beach

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Michael Franks

Label: Windham Hill Records
Released: 2000
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Michael Franks
Michael Franks

voice / vocals

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Michael Franks, vocals; Jay Azzolina, guitar; Jim Beard, string synth; Charles Blenzig, keyboards and drum/percussion programming; Michael Brecker, sax; Randy Brecker, trumpet; David Charles, percussion; Brian Dunne, drums; Steve Gadd, drums; Wolfgang Haffner, cymbals; Jimmy Haslip, bass and keyboards; Chris Hunter, alto sax and flute; Jim Hynes, flugelhorn; Bob James, keyboards; Bashiri Johnson, percussion; Birch Johnson, trombone; Steve Khan, guitar; Will Lee, bass and background vocals; Chuck Loeb, guitar; Larry Lunetta, trumpet; David Mann, flute; Bob Mintzer, saxophone; Jeff Mironov, guitar; Chris Palmaro, keyboards; John Patitucci, bass; Shawn Pelton, drums; Mike Ricchiuti, keyboards; Dave Samuels, vibraphone; Valerie Simpson, vocal (duet on "Now Love Has No End"); Andy Snitzer, saxophone; Tawatha Agee, Carmen Cuesta, Lani Groves, backgroung vocals.


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