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A Brief History of (Jim) Miller Time

A Brief History of (Jim) Miller Time by Jim Miller

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Jim Miller

Label: Dreambox Media
Released: 2008
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Track Listing

Oleo; High Point; Lift Every Voice; Boo Boo's Birthday; Rhino; Below the Beltway; By Myself; Fair Tonight; Water.

Personnel

Jef Lee Johnson: guitar (1, 6), bass (6, 9); Ron Kerber: soprano sax (1); Jim Ridl: piano (1, 5); Steve Varner: bass (1); Tyrone Brown: bass (2, 3); Denis DiBlasio: baritone sax (2, 5); Umar A. Raheem: soprano sax (2); Randy Sutin: marimba (2), vibes (3); E.J. Yellen: tenor and soprano saxes (2, 8, 9); Eddie Green: piano (3); Chris Farr: tenor sax; Micah Jones: bass; Tom Lawton: piano; Tony Miceli: vibes (4); Darryl Hall: bass; George Rabbai: trumpet; Dean Witten: marimba (5); Suzanne Cloud: vocal; Ben Schachter: soprano sax (6); Evelyn Simms: vocal; Bob Cohen: piano; Kevin McConnell: bass (7); Mark Knox: keyboards (8, 9); Gerald Veasley: bass (8).

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