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Canteloupe Island

Canteloupe Island by Jean-Luc Ponty buy album

Jean-Luc Ponty

Label: BGO Records
Released: 2007
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Track Listing

CD1 (King Kong: Jean-Luc Ponty Plays the Music of Frank Zappa): King Kong; Idiot Bastard Son; Twenty Small Cigars; How Would You Like to Have a Head Like That; Music for Electric Violin and Low Budget Orchestra; America Drinks and Goes Home. CD2 (The Jean-Luc Ponty Experience with The George Duke Trio): Foosh; Pamukkale; Contact; Canteloupe Island; Starlight, Starbright.

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Additional Personnel / Information

Jean-Luc Ponty: electric violin, baritone violectra (CD1); George Duke: electric piano, acoustic piano (CD1#5); Wilton Filder: Fender bass (CD1#2, CD1#3, CD1#4, CD1#6); Gene Estes: vibes and percussion (CD1#1); Buell Neidlinger: bass (CD1#1, CD1#5); Arthur D. Tripp, III: drums (CD1#1, CD1#5); Ian Underwood: tenor saxophone (CD1#1), conductor (CD1#5); John Guerin: drums (CD1#2-4, CD1#6); Ernie Watts: alto and tenor saxophones (CD1#2-4, CD1#6); Frank Zappa: guitar (CD1#4); Harold Bemko: cello (CD1#5); Milton Thomas: viola (CD1#5); Jonathan Meyer: flute (CD1#5); Donald Christlieb: bassoon (CD1#5); Gene Cipriano: oboe and English horn (CD1#5); Vincent de Rosa: French horn and descant (CD1#5); Arthur Maebe: French horn and tuben (CD1#5); John Heard: electric bass (CD2); Dick Berk: drums (CD2).


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