It's Me

It's Me by Abbey Lincoln
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Abbey Lincoln

Label: Verve Music Group
Released: 2003
Views: 3,011

Track Listing

1. Skylark (Carmichael/Mercer) - 5:25 2. Love Is Made (Lincoln) - 4:02 3. Chateau de Joux (Lincoln) - 4:38 4. It's Me, O' Lord (Standin' in the Need of... (Lincoln/Traditional) - 3:42 5. They Call It Jazz (Lincoln) - 5:14 6. Through the Years (Lincoln/Meseleku) - 4:30 7. Runnin' Wild (Gibbs/Grey/Wood) - 3:52 8. The Maestro (Walton) - 5:25 9. The Search (Woolridge) - 5:31 10. Yellow Bird (Burgie) - 4:45 11. Can You Dig It (Lincoln/Wooldridge) - 5:39


Personnel

Abbey Lincoln
voice / vocals

Additional Personnel / Information

Alan Broadbent - conductor; Ray Drummond - bass; James Spaulding - flute, alto sax; Laurent Cugny - conductor; Bob Carlisle - French horn; Abbey Lincoln - vocals; Sanford Allen - violin; Kenny Barron - piano; Akua Dixon - cello; Joyce Hammann - violin; Steve Hartman - clarinet, bass clarinet; Regis Iandiorio - violin; Richard Locker - cello; Kermit Moore - cello; Stewart Rose - French horn; Julien Lourau - soprano sax, tenor sax; Belinda Whitney - violin; Daniel Culpepper - French horn; Krystof Witek - violin; Ashley Horne - violin; Pauline Kim - violin; Susan Rotholz - flute; Robin Zeh - violin; Ariane Lallemand - cello; Jaz Sawyer - drums; Hiroko Taguchi - violin; Ted Ackerman - cello; Jonathan Dinklage - violin; David Heiss - cello; Jeff Lang - French horn; Shari Hoffman - clarinet; Alexandra Mckenzie - cello; Susan Niedel Palma - flute.


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