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J-Curve Cincinnati Jazz Collection Volume II

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Various Artists

Label: J Seven
Released: 2000
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Track Listing

Blues on Interstate 75; Bye-Bye Blackbird; Countdown; Sunday in New York; Paging Bettie; B.E. Cos; One More Day; Satan Takes a Holiday; Angel Eyes; Monkyside; There Is No Greater Love; Southern Stomps.Collective


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Mike Andres, Jim Sherrick- alto saxophone; Herb Aronoff, Kevin Engel, Garrin Webb- tenor saxophone; Joe Gaudio- tenor saxophone, baritone saxophone; Larry Dickson- baritone saxophone; Sandy Suskind, Matt Constantine- flute; Joe Lukasik, Frank Powers- clarinet; Mike Wade, Gary Winters, Jeff Folkens, Kevin Moore, Al Nori, Jerry Conrad, Brad Goode- trumpet; Clarence Pawn, Eddie Morgan, Bill Gemmer, Jim Pelz- trombone; Max Seigel- bass trombone; Steve Flora- tuba; Andy Brown, Cal Collins, Kenny Poole- guitar; Wayne Yeager- organ; Billy Larkin- keyboards, piano; Khalid Moss, Ed Moss, Pat Kelly, Sam Jackson, Steve Schmidt, William Menefield, Phil DeGreg- piano; Eric Sayer, Bob Bodley, Mike Sharfe, Jim Anderson, Bill Jackson- bass; Melvin Broach, Steve Barnes, Brett Wamsley, John Von Ohlen, Leon Robinson, Randy Winters, Ron McCurdy, Art Gore, Ted Wilburn- drums; Victor Velez- congas; Chris Velez- bongos; Miguel Maldonado- timbales; Kathy Wade, Ann Chamberlain, Judy James- vocal; Eugene Goss- vocal, percussion.


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