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Grand River Crossings

Grand River Crossings by Geri Allen buy album

Geri Allen

Label: Motéma Music
Released: 2013
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Track Listing

01. Wanna Be Startin' Somethin' (Michael Jackson) - 2:21; 02. Tears Of A Clown (Henry Cosby / Smokey Robinson / Stevie Wonder) -5:31; 03. That Girl (Stevie Wonder) - 6:05; 04. Grand River Crossings I (Geri Allen) - 0:48; 05. The Smart Set (Roy Brooks) - 2:54; 06. Let It Be (Paul McCartney) - 3:58; 07. Space Odyssey (Marcus Belgrave) - 5:36; 08. In Appreciation (Geri Allen) - 1:04; 09. Baby I Need Your Lovin' (Lamont Dozier / Brian Holland) - 4:29; 10. Itching In My Heart (Lamont Dozier / Brian Holland) - 1:56; 11. Stoned Love (Frank Wilson) - 3:40; 12. Grand River Crossings II (Geri Allen) - 0:52; 13. Inner City Blues (Marvin Gaye) - 4:26; 14. Save The Children (Marvin Gaye) - 7:15; 15. Nancy Joe (Gerald Wilson) - 3:39.


Additional Personnel / Information

Geri Allen (pianoforte); Marcus Belgrave (tromba); David McMurray (sax contralto).



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