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Grand Union Orchestra: The Song of Many Tongues

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Grand Union Orchestra

Label: Redgold Records
Released: 2014
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Track Listing

Tracks: I Live in the City; By the Waters of Babylon; Guinea Corn; Dolce Catalunya; Ballad of William L. Moore/Hymn of the Homelands/Spidertown; Love That Day.

Personnel

Additional Personnel / Information

Personnel: Tony Haynes: trombone, piano, percussion, composer, arranger; Gail Dorsey: voice; Alison Limerick: voice, percussion; Vladimir Vega: voice, charango, panpipes, quena; Avelia Moisey: trumpet, fluegelhorn, voice; Claude Deppa: trumpet, fluegelhorn; Chris Biscoe: soprano sax, alto sax, flute; Keith Morris: soprano sax, tenor sax, voice; Courtney Pine: soprano sax, tenor sax, flute; Rick Taylor: trombone; Ros Davies: trombone, piano; Ken Johnson: steel pans, percussion; Sarah Laryea: congas, voice, percussion; Carlos Fuentes: percussion; guitar, v; Gerry Hunt: soprano sax, baritone sax, guitar; Butch potter: bass guitar; Dave Adams: drums, percussion, trombone.


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