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Democratic Vistas

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Mark Harvey & The Aardvark Jazz Orchestra

Label: Leo Records
Released: 2018
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Track Listing

Franklin’s Wager; Dreaming; Samba 313; De-Evolution Blues: The Swamp-a-Rama Suite (5-14): March of the Delusional, Dysfunctionl Demagogues; Waltz of the Oligarchs; Twit Storm Two-Step; Mar-a-Lago Tee Dance; Trumputin Tango; Fake News Blewz; Perseverance Polka; Peristence Pavanne; Disintegration Death Dance; Democracy Street Dance; No Walls (Prelude); No Walls (Anthem); Elegy.

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Additional Personnel / Information

Taylor Ho Bynum (1), Jeanne Snodgrass, K.C. Dunbar: trumpets; Bob Pilkington, Jay Keyser (x1), Jeff Marsanskis: trombones; Bill Lowe: bass trombone/tuba; Peter Bloom, Arni Cheatham, Dan Zupan, Phil Scarff, Chris Rakowski: saxophones, woodwinds; Larry Carsman (1), Richard Nelson (1): guitar; Rob Bethel (4): cello; John Funkhouser: string bass, piano; Jerry Edwards (1,3): electric bass, vocal; Grace Hughes: vocal; Harry Wellott (x4), Hollis Headrick (4); Craig Ellis (1): percussion.


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