Drums of Avila

Drums of Avila by Vito Rezza
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Vito Rezza

Label: Alma Records
Released: 2008
Views: 873

Track Listing

Drums Of Avila; Manhattan Bounce; Vichnu's Dream; Tonotella; Help Me Find; Don Quixote; In Dreams; Clowns; Number Nine.


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Vito Rezza: drums; Michael Brecker: tenor saxophone (2); John Johnson: flute and alto flute, soprano, alto and tenor saxophone and bass clarinet (1, 6, 8), wood flute and alto flute, bass clarinet and soprano saxophone (4); Steve Kennedy: tenor saxophone and vocals (5); Toots Thielemans: chromatic harmonica 3, 7); Guido Basso: flugelhorn (3); Joey DeFrancesco: Hammond B3 (2, 3, 5) Vinnie Colaiuta: drums (1, 2); Peter Cardinali: producer, electric and fretless bass (1, 2, 5, 8, 9), accordion (4, 8); Richard Bona: bass (4); Alexis Puentes: bass (6), nylon string guitar (8); Kevin Breit: guitar (3-6, 9); Tony Zorzi: guitar (6); Rob Piltch: guitar (3, 5); Matt Horner: Fender Rhodes, synthesizer and piano (1, 4, 6, 9): Jonathan Goldsmith: Fender Rhodes and piano (7); Christopher Rouse: vocals and background vocals(5); Benani Choudhury: vocals (7); Armando Borg: percussion (5); The Samba Squad with Rick Lazar: repinique; Janet McLelland, Danielle Lafond and Lisa Richardson: caixa; Frank Hayashi and Norm Jones: tamborim; Gilli Gurvitz, Layah Davis, Guiomar Campbell: tamborim; Linda Brown: ganza; Lyba Spring: a-go-go bell (9); Bratislava Radio Symphony; Horns arranged by Peter Cardinali.


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