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A Very Good Night

A Very Good Night by Maci Miller
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Maci Miller

Label: Dreamcastle Records. LLC.
Released: 2001
Views: 560

Track Listing

Champagne, Red Hot Dirty Dame, My Sad Song, I've Got You, Love Ain't Part of that Game, Milk & Honey, A Very Good Night, Got Nothin' Baby, Inseparable, Bye-Bye Baby


Personnel

Maci Miller
voice / vocals
Ed Vezinho
arranger
Howard Isaacson
saxophone, tenor
Jim Ward
trumpet
Stan Weiss
saxophone, baritone
Dudley Lowden
trombone
Larry Shunk
trombone

Album Description

Maci Miller wows with her debut album "A Very Good Night". All original songs written by Miller with outstanding big band performances that will toss you back to the 40's while remaining fresh and new in approach. A must have for jazz, blues, and swing fans alike.


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