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Dragon Dave Meets Prince Black Knight from the Darkside of the Moon

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Jack Jeffers

Label: Motown
Released: 2011
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Track Listing

01. Prelude; 02. Dragon Dave; 03. Prince Black Knight; 04. Dragon's Warning; 05. Newscast; 06. Prince's Challenge 1; 07. Prince Challenge 2; 08. The Battle; 09. The Aftermath; 10. Prayer; 11. Victory March; 12. Post Lude. Composizioni di Warren Smith.

Personnel

Jack Jeffers
Jack Jeffers

trombone

Additional Personnel / Information

Kalaparusha Difda (clarinetto basso, sax tenore); George Barrow (clarinetto basso, piccolo, sax tenore); Noel Scott (sax baritono, sax alto); Courtney Wynter (sax soprano, sax tenore, clarinetto, flauto); Vincent Chauncey (corno francese); Jack Jeffers (trombone basso, tuba, trombone); Craig Harris (trombone); Bross Townsend (piano, fender rhodes); Coleridge Taylor Perkinson (sintetizzatore, fender rhodes); David Moore (basso acustico, baso elettrico); Kenyatte Abdur-Rahman (batteria, congas, vibrafono); Warren Smith (marimba, timpani, fischietti); Jack JJeffers, Kalaparusha difda, Warren Smith, Craig Harris, David Moore (voce).


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