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Ivan Paduart & Metropole Orchestra "Crush"

Ivan Paduart & Metropole Orchestra "Crush" by Michel Herr buy album

Michel Herr

Label: Mons Records
Released: 2010
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Track Listing

CD 1 1. Waterfalls (*) (Ivan Paduart / lyrics David Linx / arr. Michel Herr) 2. Another lifetime (Ivan Paduart / lyrics Catriona O'Daly / arr. M. Herr) 3. Life as it is (Ivan Paduart / lyrics David Linx / arr. M. Herr) 4. Melancholy blue (Ivan Paduart / lyrics Toni Casa / arr. Jim McNeely) 5. The bridge between us two (Ivan Paduart / lyrics David Linx / arr. Bert Joris) 6. I had a ball (Ivan Paduart) (quintet only) CD 2 1. Igor (Ivan Paduart / arr. Jim McNeely) 2. Shivers down my back (*) (Ivan Paduart / arr. M. Herr) 3. Sherry on a cake (Ivan Paduart / arr. M. Herr) 4. Crush (Ivan Paduart / arr. Ivan Paduart) 5. White nights(Ivan Paduart / arr. I. Paduart) 6. Precious moments (Ivan Paduart / arr. M. Herr)

Personnel

Michel Herr
Michel Herr

composer/conductor

Additional Personnel / Information

Ivan Paduart - piano, compositions Bob Malach - tenor sax Fay Claassen - vocals The Metropole Orchestra (55 musicians, including a full size jazz big band, a large string section, woodwinds, percussion and harp) conducted by Jim McNeely. 6 arrangements by Michel Herr.


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