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Asuka Kakitani Jazz Orchestra: Bloom

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Asuka Kakitani Jazz Orchestra

Label: Nineteen-Eight Records
Released: 2012
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Track Listing

Bloom; Electric Images; Bumblebee Garden; Dance One; Opened Opened; Dragonfly's Glasses; Islands In The Stream; Skip.

Personnel

Additional Personnel / Information

Asuka Kakitani: composer, arranger, conductor; John O'Gallagher: alto saxophone, soprano saxophone, flute; Ben Kono: alto saxophone, soprano saxophone, flute; Jason Rigby: tenor saxophone, clarinet; Mark Small: tenor saxophone, clarinet; Kenny Berger: baritone saxophone, bass clarinet; Jeff Wilfore: trumpet, flugelhorn; David Spier: trumpet, flugelhorn; John Bailey: trumpet, flugelhorn; Matt Holman: trumpet, flugelhorn; Mark Patterson: trombone; Matt McDonald: trombone; Jacob Garchik: trombone; Jeff Nelson: bass trombone; Pete McCann: acoustic guitar, electric guitar; Mike Eckroth: piano, rhodes piano; Dave Ambrosio: acoustic bass, electric bass; Mark Ferber: drums; Sara Serpa: vocals.


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