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Get Rhythm in Your Feet

Get Rhythm in Your Feet by John Sheridan buy album

John Sheridan

Label: Arbors Records
Released: 2003
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Track Listing

Stop, Look and Listen; All the Cats Join In; Indian Summer; I Love My Baby; I Was Doing All Right; A Gal in Calico; Humpty Dumpty Heart; Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea; People Like You and Me; I

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Additional Personnel / Information

John Sheridan, leader, arranger, pianist; Randy Reinhart, cornet; Russ Phillips, trombone; Brian Ogilvie, tenor sax; Ron Hockett, clarinet; Reuben Ristrom, guitar; Phil Flanigan, bass; Ed Metz, Jr.; and Becky Kilgore, vocalist on eight of sixteen tracks.


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