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Caldera / Sky Islands

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Caldera

Label: BGO Records
Released: 2019
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Track Listing

Guanacaste; Coastin'; Exaltation; Synesthesia; Out of the blue; El juguete; Sky islands; Ancient source; It used to be; Pegasus; Carnavalito; Seraphim (Angel); Indigo fire; Triste; Pescador (Fisherman).

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Additional Personnel / Information

Jorge Strunz: acoustic guitar & electric guitar, percussion; Eduardo del Barrrio: acoustic & electric piano, synthesizer, percussion, clavinet, vocal, Moog, Roland & Oberheim polyphonic; Steve Tavaglione: soprano, alto & tenor saxophone, flute, bass, alto flute; Mike “Baiano” Azevedo: congas, percussion; Dean Cortez: electric bass; Hector Andrade: timbales, congas, percussion; Raul De Souza: bass, trombone; Roberto da Silva: percussion; Carolyn Dennis: vocal; Larry Dunn: synthesizer; Dianne Reeves: vocal; Chester Thompson: drums; Ralph Humphrey: drums; Ralph Rickert: flugelhorn; Ray Armando: percussion; Steve Barrios Jr.: percussion; Paul Shore: violin; Bonnie Douglas: violin; Harry Bluestone: violin; Marshall Sosson: violin; Nathan Ross: violin; Anatol Kaminsky: violin; Jack Pepper: violin; Irma Neumann: violin; Janet Lakatos: viola; Louis Kievman: viola; Frederick Seykora: cello; Selene Hurford: cello.


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