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Camshafts and Butterflies

Camshafts and Butterflies by David's Angels
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David's Angels

Label: VSOP Records
Released: 2015
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Track Listing

Early Morning Fog / Early Morning Sunrise; Camshafts and Butterflies; For B and D; Perk’s Tune; Lady Puttering; Been Down So Long It Looks Like Up to Me; Easy Jive; Saturday Night at the Casa Tropical; One O’Clock Dump; Canadian Sunburst.


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David's Angels
voice / vocals

Additional Personnel / Information

September 1973 (Tracks 1-3, 5, 6, 10) —David Angel: leader, alto sax; Hal Espinoza: trumpet, flugelhorn; Jack Coan: trumpet, flugelhorn; Gray Rains: trumpet, flugelhorn; Bill Perkins: alto sax, flute; Jackie Kelso: tenor sax, clarinet; Bob Cooper: tenor sax, oboe, English horn); Steve Kravitz: baritone sax, bass clarinet; Bob Payne: trombone; David Dahlsten: trombone; Don Waldrop: bass trombone, tuba; Charlie Meyerson: guitar; Michel Mention: piano; Monty Budwig: bass; Chuck Flores: drums. February 1975 (Tracks 4, 7-9) —David Angel: leader, alto sax; Jack Coan: trumpet, flugelhorn; Stuart Aptekar: trumpet, flugelhorn; Ron Gorow: trumpet, flugelhorn; Bill Perkins: alto sax, flute; Jackie Kelso: tenor sax, clarinet; Bob Cooper: tenor sax, oboe, English horn; Steve Kravitz: baritone sax, bass clarinet; Bob Enevoldsen: valve trombone; David Dahlsten: trombone; Morris Repass: bass trombone; John Banister: piano; Charlie Meyerson: guitar; Bob Saravia: bass; Carl Rigoli: drums; Munyoungo Jackson: percussion.


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