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Closer

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David Sanborn

Label: Verve Music Group
Released: 2005
Views: 4,610

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David Sanborn, alto saxophone; Larry Goldings, electric piano, organ; Gil Goldstein, electric piano, accordion on "Capetown Fringe"; Mike Mainieri, vibraphone; Russell Malone, guitar; Christian McBride, bass; Steve Gadd, drums; Luis Quintero, percussion; Lizz Wright, vocals on "Don't Let Me Be Lonely Tonight"; Bob Sheppard, tenor and soprano saxophones on "Capetown Fringe," and flutes; Joyce Hammann and Belinda Whitney, violin; Dave Eggar, cello; Ron Lawrence, viola; Mike Davis, trombone; Sheryl Henze, bass flute and alto flute; Alex Sipiagin, trumpet and flugelhorn

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David Sanborn
David Sanborn

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Tin Tin Deo, Senor Blues, Don't Let Me Be Lonely Tonight, Smile, Enchantment, Ballad of the Sad Young Men, Another Time, Another Place, Capetown Fringe, Poinciana, You Must Believe in Spring, Sofia


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