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Electric Butter: The Ed Palermo Big Band & Ron Paparozzi Play the Music of The Paul Butterfield Blues Band and The Electric Flag

Electric Butter: The Ed Palermo Big Band & Ron Paparozzi Play the Music of The Paul Butterfield Blues Band and The Electric Flag by The Ed Palermo Big Band
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The Ed Palermo Big Band

Label: self released
Released: 2014
Views: 212

Track Listing

Tracklist

1 Killing Floor 4:30

2 Walkin' Blues 5:38

3 Another Country 2:30

4 Drivin' Wheel 6:30

5 Texas 4:56

6 Walking By Myself 4:55

7 Wine 3:22

8 One More Heartache 3:45

9 You Don't Realize 5:25

10 Lovin' Cup 4:50

11 Love Disease 3:25

12 Drifting Blues 8:16

13 Work Song 4:49

14 Everything's Gonna Be Alright 8:56

15 Buried Alive - Interview (Bonus track) (with Gabe Butterfield) 3:05


Personnel

The Ed Palermo Big Band
band/orchestra

Additional Personnel / Information

Alto Saxophone – Cliff Lyons, Dave Riekenberg

Baritone Saxophone – Barbara Cifelli

Bass – Paul Adamy

Bass Trombone – Matt Ingman

Drums – Ray Marchica

Keyboards – Ted Kooshian

Organ – Ed Alstrom (tracks: 1, 2, 9)

Piano – Bob Quaranta

Slide Guitar, Electric Guitar – Jimmy Leahey (tracks: 2, 6, 8, 10)

Tenor Saxophone – Ben Kono, Bill Straub

Trombone – Charles Gordon, Joe Fiedler

Trumpet – John Bailey (2), Ronnie Buttacavoli

Producer, Arranged By, Conductor – Ed Palermo

Producer, Lead Vocals, Harmonica – Rob Paparozzi

Producer, Recorded By, Mixed By, Trumpet – Steve Jankowski



Artwork By – Dave Buceta

Photography By – Bonnie Behar-Brooks, Sandi Bachom, Sandy Paparozzi

Design – Mason Ellis


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