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Colours of Sound

Colours of Sound by Simon Pilbrow buy album

Simon Pilbrow

Label: Clavo Records
Released: 2019
Views: 700

Track Listing

Australia; A New Beginning; Studio City; Remembering Woody Shaw; Autumn Breeze; Fast Fingers; A Fischer’s Line; Surprise; Joyful; Try for Ages; September; Blue Six.


Additional Personnel / Information

Simon Pilbrow: composer, piano; Brent Fischer: arranger, conductor, vibraphone, marimba, electric bass (tracks 3, 5, 7, 11); Rob Schaer: trumpet; Mike Stever: trumpet; Kye Palmer: trumpet; Jeff Bunnell: trumpet; Ron Stout: trumpet; Carl Saunders: trumpet; Bob Sheppard: soprano, alto, tenor sax, alto flute; Sal Lozano: alto sax; Alex Budman: soprano, alto, tenor sax, flute, alto flute, clarinet, bass clarinet; Kirsten Edkins: alto sax, alto flute; Brian Clancy: tenor sax, alto flute, clarinet; Sean Franz: clarinet; Gene Cipriano: bass clarinet; Bob Carr: baritone sax; Lee Callet: baritone sax, bass clarinet; Charlie Loper: trombone; Andy Martin: trombone; Bob McChesney: trombone; Scott Whitfield: trombone; Craig Gosnell: bass trombone; Steve Hughes: bass trombone; Chuck Berghofer: acoustic bass (tracks 1, 2, 4, 6, 8-10, 12); Ray Brinker: drums; Assa Drori: concertmaster, violin (tracks 5, 11); Alex Gorlovsky: violin (tracks 5, 11); Raphael Rishik: violin (tracks 5, 11); Susan Rishik: violin (tracks 5, 11); Elizabeth Wilson: viola (tracks 5, 11); Lynn Grants: viola (tracks 5, 11); Maurice Grants: cello (tracks 5, 11); Kevan Torfeh: cello (tracks 5, 11); Oscar Hidalgo: contrabass (tracks 5, 11). Special guests – Larry Koonse: guitar (tracks 2, 5); Ken Peplowski: clarinet (tracks 6, 10); Bobby Shew: trumpet (tracks 8, 12).



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