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Carnival Conspiracy: In the Marketplace All Is Subterfuge

Carnival Conspiracy: In the Marketplace All Is Subterfuge by Frank London
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Frank London

Label: Piranha
Released: 2006
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Track Listing

In Your Garden Twenty Fecund Fruit Trees; Oh Agony, You are so Sweet Like Sugar I Must to Eat You Up; Another Glass of Wine to Give Succor to My Ailing Existence; Midnight Banda Judea; In the Marketplace All Is Subterfuge; Who Knows One?; Pantagruel, Shiker Hindert Prozent; A Time of Desire--Curha Mix; Our Ancestors Forty Thousand Years Wide; Out of What?; Mi Yamalay; Borracho # 1 The Cobbles in the Street Moan for You


Personnel

Frank London
trumpet

Additional Personnel / Information

Frank London: trumpet, peck horn; Susan Hoffman Watts: trumpet; Merlin Shepherd: clarinets; Matt Darriau: clarinet, alto saxophone; Alex Kontorovich: clarinet, alto saxophone, tenor saxophone; Curtis Hasselbring: trombone, skronk guitar; Jacob Garchik: baritone horn, trombone; Ron Caswell: tuba; Mark Rubin: tuba, baritone horn, tex-mex guitar; Aaron Alexander: drums; Marjana Sadowska: vocals (1); Lorin Sklamberg: vocals (2); Michael Alpert: vocals, poyk (4,9); Sarah Mina Gordon: vocals (6); Alan Matthews, Beyle, Itzik and Esther Gottesman, Paula Teitelbaum: chorus(9); Sanne Moericke: accordion (1,4,5,9); Rob Curto: accordion (3,6-8,10); Danny Blume: guitar(11), Jeff Warschauer: baritone horn (1,9); German Goldenshtayn: clarinet (9); Margot Leverett: clarinet (11); Randy Crafton: percussion (7); Scott Kettner & Maracat


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