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A Wallflower In The Amazon

A Wallflower In The Amazon by Darrell Katz
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Darrell Katz

Label: Accurate Records
Released: 2010
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Track Listing

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


Personnel

Darrell Katz
composer/conductor

Additional Personnel / Information

Darrell Katz: arranger and conductor; Hiro Honshuku: flute, EWI; Alan Chase: alto sax; Jim Hobbs: alto sax; Phil Scarf: tenor sax, soprano sax, clarinet; Melanie Howell: baritone sax, bass clarinet; Mike Peipman: trumpet; Gary Bohan: trumpet; Bill Fanning: trumpet; Justin Stanley: French horn (1, 2, 6, 7, 10); Ron Wold: French horn (3-5, 8, 9, 11); David Harrris: trombone; Bob Pilkington: trombone; Bill Lowe: tuba; Natalie Dietrich: vibraphone; Norm Zacher: guitar; Johnny Lee Schell: guitar (10); Tom Hojnacki: piano; Pablo Bencid: drums; Ricardo Monzon: percussion; Alex Smith: bass; Rebecca Shrimpton: vocals; Mike Finnigan: Hammond, vocals (6, 7, 10); Taki Musoko: marimba (4, 5); Jeff Huggins: alto saxophone (12); Daniel Ian Smith: alto saxophone (12); Phil Scarff: tenor saxophone (12); Dan Bosshardt: baritone saxophone (12).


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