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Greater Than The Sum Of His Parts

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Eddie Harris

Label: 32 Records
Released: 1998
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Eddie Harris
Eddie Harris

saxophone, tenor

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Collective Eddie Harris: tenor sax, Varitone sax, electric piano; Seldon Powell: woodwinds, baritone sax; Haywood Henry: baritone sax; Philip Bodner: woodwinds; Bennie Powell: trombone, bass trombone; Bernie Glow, Mel Lastie, Joe Newman, Ernie Royal, Snooky Young: trumpet; Cedar Walton, Jodie Christian, Joe Zawinul: piano; Sonny Phillips: organ; Ron Carter, Melvin Jackson, Richard Davis: bass; Monk Montgomery: electric bass; Billy Higgins, Bobby Thomas, Billy Hart, Richard Smith: drums; Bruno Carr, Marcelino Valdez: drums, Latin percussion; Ray Codrington: trumpet, tambourine, percussion; Ray Barretto, Billy Higgins, Bucky Taylor: percussion; Valerie Simpson, Eileen Gilbert, Melba Moore, Martha Stewart: background vocals; Gene Orloff: strings.


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