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Come Home

Come Home by Carmen Lundy buy album

Carmen Lundy

Label: Afrasia Productions, Inc.
Released: 2007
Duration: 60:03:00
Views: 1,577

Track Listing

Lost In San Rafael; Nature Boy; Come Home; My Wedding Vow; Happy New Year; Seductive Reasoning; Heart Of Gold; Gossip; Walking Code Blue; Lil' Lu; Afrasia; Something Happened Today

Personnel

Carmen Lundy
Carmen Lundy

voice / vocals

Additional Personnel / Information

Carmen Lundy: vocals; Curtis Lundy: bass; Jason Evan Brown: drums; Anthony Wonsey: piano, Fender Rhodes; Lage Lund:guitar; Mayra Casales: percussion, b/g vocals; Steve Turre: trombone, conch shells; Lori Andrews: harp; Geri Allen: piano; Machan: b/g vocals; Afrasia kid's choir

Album Description

Carmen Lundy’s 10th CD release features 11 new originals composed and arranged by Carmen Lundy, and one lone but standout classic, “Nature Boy”. Her rock solid core band of stellar musicians - Anthony Wonsey on piano, brother Curtis Lundy on bass, Jason Evan Brown on drums, Mayra Casales on percussion, Lage Lund on guitar - and special guest artists Geri Allen on piano and keyboards, Jazz Harpist Lori Andrews, Steve Turre on conch Shells and trombone, and Machan’s support vocals, round out this superb collection of new songs. Even young family members of both Carmen and producer Elisabeth Oei provide their innocent voices to the song Afrasia!


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