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Come Rain or Come Shine

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Emerald City Jazz Orchestra

Label: Pony Boy Records
Released: 2005
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Track Listing

Speak No Evil; Blues #3; Come Rain or Come Shine; Infant Eyes; Call It Whatchawanna; Stella by Starlight; Manteca; Fee-Fi-Fo-Fum; In a Mellow Tone; Body and Soul; Amazing Grace; Jumpin

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Kevin Seeley, leader, trumpet; Greg Lyons, Peter Green (6), Vern Sielert, Randy Burgeson, John Fricke, trumpet; Ben Roseth, Mark Taylor (1,4,5,8-10), Vanessa Sielert, Cliff Colon, Travis Ranney (1,4,5,8-10), Andrew Glynn, Steve Reincke (6), Matso Limtiaco, reeds; Vic Anderson, Greg Koehler (6), Nathan Vetter, Dan Marcus, Stuart Hambley (6), Bud Parker, trombone; Reuel Lubag, piano; Steve Messick, bass; Ken French, drums.


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