Comes The Fall

Comes The Fall by Beth Duncan
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Beth Duncan

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2012
Duration: 00:53:07
Views: 495

Track Listing

Comes The Fall, Wish I May, How High The Moon, I'm On A Cloud, Moon River, I Thought About You, Quiet Nights, No Rhyme or Reason, Giant Steps, Almost Like Being In Love, Give Me The Simple Life, Embraceable You, If You Could See Me Now, Wish Me A Rainbow


Personnel

Beth Duncan
voice / vocals
Steve Homan
guitar
Mike McMullen
saxophone, tenor
Babatunde Lea
percussion
Steve Roach
trumpet
Jim Martinez
synthesizer
Brian Kendrick
percussion

Album Description

Beth won top honors in the 12th annual Independent Music Awards (IMA) for the title track off her most recent CD: Comes The Fall. Tracks from the album have been played across the country and worldwide. On Comes The Fall, Beth collaborated on arrangements with her innovative guitarist, Steve Homan. Also featured - in some significant solo work - is Mike McMullen on tenor and flute, the supportive and sympathetic bassist Bill Douglass, and drummer Guy Kowarsh, the CD’s producer and engineer. There are notable guest appearances by trumpeters Frankie Bailey and Steve Roach, percussionists Babatunde Lea and Brian Kendrick. Two tunes are enhanced by the synth strings of Jim Martinez.


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