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Helping The Heroes

Helping The Heroes by Todd Gordon
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Todd Gordon

Label: Specific Jazz
Released: 2012
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Track Listing

(I've Got A Gal In) Kalamazoo; Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?; The Summer Wind; I Left My Heart In San Francisco; Let's Do It; The Best Is Yet To Come; Autumn In New York; I Believe In You; Manhattan; Evergreen; They Can't Take That Away From Me; My Favorite Things; Cheek To Cheek; Come Back To Me.


Personnel

Todd Gordon
voice / vocals

Additional Personnel / Information

Todd Gordon: vocals; The Royal Air Force Squadronaires: Sgt Kev Miles: leader, drums; SAC Ben Godfrey: trumpet; Sgt Paul Sutton: trumpet; Cpl Michael McGowan: trumpet; SAC Andrew Lofthouse: trumpet; Cpl Steve Bennett: trumpet; Sgt Andy Hooley: saxophone; SAC Mike Hearman: saxophone; SAC Andy Mears: saxophone; Cpl George Martin: saxophone; Chief Technician Suzanne Faithful: saxophone; Cpl Hamish Dean: trombone; SAC Jonathan Pippen: trombone; SAC Jonathan Hill: trombone; SAC Adam Smith: trombone; FS Grant Charleston: guitar; Sgt Adrian Beckwith: piano; Sgt Andy Rigby: bass; The Swingcats: vocals (1); Clare Teal: vocals (2); Eddi Reader; vocals (5); Carol Kidd: vocals (7); Jacqui Dankworth: vocals (9); Janet Seidel: vocals (11); Horse: vocals (13).


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