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From His World to Mine

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Dan Block

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Released: 2011
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Track Listing

01. Kissing Bug (Strayhorn); 02. New York City Blues; 03. Old King Dooji; 04. Morning Glory; 05. Are You Stickin'?; 06. The Beautiful Indians (Minnehaha/Ellington); 07. Suburbanite; 08. Ballad Medley (All Heart / Change My Ways) (Strayhorn); 09. Portrait of Bert Williams; 10. Mt. Harrissa; 11. Creole Blues; 12. Cotton Club Stomp (McHugh/Ellington); 13. Rocks in My Bed; 14. Second Line. Tutte le composizioni sono di Duke Ellington tranne quelle indicate.

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Dan Block (clarinetto, clarinetto basso, Eb clarinet, Bb clarinet, sax alto, sax tenore); Mike Kanan (piano); Lee Hudson (basso); James Chirillo (chitarra); Brian Grice (batteria); Mark Sherman (vibrafono in #1, 2, 5, 10, 14); Renato Thoms (percussioni in #1, 2, 5, 10, 14); Pat O'Leary (violoncello in #6, 9, 13).


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