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Art-I-Facts - Great Performances From 40 Years of Jazz at NEC

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Will Graefe

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Released: 2010
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Track Listing

01. Cottontail (Ellington) - 3:11; 02. 'Round Midnight (Monk) - 5:36; 03. Zeibekiko (traditional) - 7:32; 04. Thelonious (Monk) - 4:03; 05. Aluminum Baby (Byard) - 5:14; 06. All About Rosie (Russell) - 11:52; 07. Cameo (Brookmeyer) - 5:10; 08. The Train and the River (Giuffre) - 4:40; 09. Reverence (Moses) - 7:48; 10. India (Coltrane) - 11:22; 11. Go Gently to the Water (Eade) -5:36; 12. Making Lunch (Schaphorst) -3:00; 13. 'Round Midnight (Monk) -6:55; 14. Maple Leaf Rag (Joplin) - 3:58.


Personnel

Will Graefe
guitar

Additional Personnel / Information

(1) Duke Ellington Repertory Orchestra diretta da Gunther Schuller; (2) Jaki Byard (piano); (3) Joe Maneri (clarinetto), Rebekah Zak (piano), Albin Zak (chitarra), Sophia Bilides (dumbek); (4) Steve Lacy (sax soprano); (5) NEC Jazz Orchestra condotta by Carl Atkins con Harvey Mason (batteria); (6) NEC Big Band diretta da George Russell; (7) Bob Brookmeyer (trombone) con la NEC Jazz Orchestra; (8) Sam Decker (sax tenore), Will Graefe (chitarra), Nate Therrien (contrabbasso); (9) NEC Jazz Orchestra conducted by Ken Schaphorst; (10) George Garzone (sax tenore), John Lockwood (basso), Rakalam Bob Moses (batteria); (11) Dominique Eade (voice), Mick Goodrick (chitarra), Jed Wilson (piano); (12) NEC Jazz Orchestra conducted by Ken Schaphorst con Malcolm Campbell (piano) (13) Ran Blake (piano); (14) NEC Ragtime Ensemble diretta da Gunther Schuller.


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