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Friends and Family

Friends and Family by Ray Brown Jr. buy album

Ray Brown Jr.

Label: SRI Jazz
Released: 2009
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Track Listing

Can't Take My Eyes Off You; I'm Beginning To See The Light; Sunny Side Of The Street; Too Close For Comfort; Memphis; I Wish You Love; Lullaby Of Birdland; Up On The Roof; Ordinary Fool; A-Tisket-A-Tasket; Something's Gotta Give; Everybody's Cryin' Mercy; Girls On The Beach; Laughter In The Rain; I Thought About You; How High The Moon.

Personnel

Ray Brown Jr.
Ray Brown Jr.

voice / vocals

Additional Personnel / Information

Ray Brown Jr: vocals; Jane Monheit: vocals; Melba Moore: vocals; Maria Muldaur: vocals; Dr. John: vocals; Dionne Warwick: vocals; Freda Payne: vocals; Sophie B. Hawkins: vocals; Paul Williams: vocals; Haylee: vocals; Dave Somerville: vocals; Kim Hoyer: vocals; Sally Kellerman: vocals; Ella Fitzgerald: vocals; David "Fathead" Newman: tenor saxophone; Robert Kyle: tenor saxophone; Terry Gibbs: vibraphone; James Moody: vocals, tenor saxophone; Dr. Lonnie Smith: vocals, organ; Ray Brown: bass; Jose Marino: bass; Jim Hughart: bass; James Leary: bass; Joe T. Vanelli: bass; Otimaro Ruiz: piano; Joel Scott: piano; Mitchell Long: guitar; Frederico Ramos: guitar; Enzo Todesco: drums; Quinton Dennard: drums; Kevin Ricard: percussion.


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