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Drum And Bass Society, Vol. 1

Drum And Bass Society, Vol. 1 by Joseph Patrick Moore buy album

Joseph Patrick Moore

Label: Blue Canoe Records
Released: 2004
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Track Listing

Down Under; Ghost Town; Groove Messenger (The Story of Jazztronica); Cheesefrog Funk Prelude; Jamband Express; One Thing Leads to Another; Cheesefrog Funk; Rain Dance; Here We Go; Creatures of Conscience; Datz It (2003 Version); Herbie; Cheesefrog Funk Reprise; Heavy Things; Pause #5 (Pause for Peace)

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Additional Personnel / Information

Bass: Joseph Patrick Moore and Adam Nitti; drums: Jeff Sipe, Count M'Butu, Larry Blewitt, Ben Taylor, Emrah Kotan, Vic Stafford; keyboards: Dan Matrazzo, Frank "Buzz" Amato; horns and woodwinds: El Buho, Vance Thompson, David Freeman, Kenneth Lovell; mandolin: Tim Ussery; guitar: Johnny Mosier, Howard Parks, Brent Cundall; pedal steel guitar: Mark Van Allen; vocals: Snake Oil Medicine Show, Temple Passmore, Matthew Messer, Kirsten Shippert, Brent Cundall, Ryan Taylor, Heather Purdin, Ira Hochberg, Jay Ackerman


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