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It's Like That: The Organ Trio Anthology 1998 - 2004

It's Like That: The Organ Trio Anthology 1998 - 2004 by Skip Heller
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Skip Heller

Label: Jewbilee
Released: 2004
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Track Listing

Big J Shuffle; Jelly; Dave Alvin; Andy Tesso; Meydele; Nika's Dowery; Giant Steps; Funeral March From Mahler Symphony 5; Interplanatary Music; Rosetta; Emiko; Don't Know Why; Never Can Say Goodbye; Chinatown; The Yodel; The Mighty Burner


Personnel

Skip Heller
guitar, electric

Additional Personnel / Information

Big J Shuffle—Big Jay McNeely: Tenor Sax; Skip Waring: Trumpet; Jay Work: Baritone Sax; Red Young: Organ; Howard Greene: Drums Jelly (Written By Uri Caine)—Red Young: Organ; Howard Greene: Drums Dave Alvin—Mike Bolger: Organ; Philippe Aubuchon: Drums Andy Tesso, Meydele, Nika's Dowry, Giant Steps—Mike Bolger: Organ; Howard Greene: Drums Funeral March from Mahler Symphony No. 5—Mike Bolger: Organ; Howard Greene: Drums; Robert Drasnin: Alto Saxophone; Lee Toft: Trumpet Interplanetary Music—Knoell Scott: Alto Sax; Unknown: Organ; Johnny Kennedy: Drums Rosetta—Robert Drasnin: Alto Saxophone; Harlan Spector: Organ; Howard Greene: Drums Emiko, Don;T Know Why, Never Can Say Goodbye—Joe Doria: Organ; John Wicks: Drums Chinatown, The Yodel—Joe Doria: Organ; John Wicks: Drums; Robert Drasnin: Alto Saxophone, Clarinet; Jay Roulston: Trumpet The Mighty Burner—Joe Doria: Organ; Mike Tone: Drums


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