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Ain't It Grand?

Ain't It Grand? by Glenn Crytzer buy album

Glenn Crytzer

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2018
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Track Listing

Disc 1: The 408 Special; Black Beauty; Just Like a Broken Record; Up and at ‘Em; Ain’t It Grand?; When I Get Low I Get High; A String of Pearls; Blue Jay; Steppin’ in Rhythm; Who’s Yehoodi?; A Woman Needs a Man; Jive at Five; I’m Nuts About Screwy Music; Thank You for the Moments; Well, Git It! Disc 2: Rhythm Is Our Business; The Glory of Love; Jubilee Stomp; Who Needs Spring?; Shorty’s Got to Go; Solo Flight; Marche Slav; I Get Ideas; The Ugly Duckling; The Little Orange Man; The Mooche; Massachusetts; Swing My Soul; Bear Foot Blues; Traffic Jam.

Personnel

Additional Personnel / Information

Glenn Crytzer: director, arranger, guitar, banjo, vocals; Sam Hoyt: trumpet; Mike Davis: trumpet; Jason Prover: trumpet; Rob Edwards: trombone; Joe McDonough: trombone; Jim Fryer: trombone; Jay Rattman: alto, soprano sax, clarinet; Mark Lopeman: alto, tenor sax, clarinet; Marc Schwartz: alto, tenor sax, clarinet; Matt Kozar: tenor sax, clarinet; Henry “Ricky” Alexander: alto, baritone sax, clarinet; Bob Reich: piano; Ian Hutchison: bass; Andrew Millar: drums; Hannah Gill: vocals; Dandy Wellington: vocals.


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