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Jazz from the Soul of New Orleans

Jazz from the Soul of New Orleans by Dr. Michael White buy album

Dr. Michael White

Label: Basin Street Records
Released: 2002
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Track Listing

Hindustan; If We Ever Needed Jesus; Summertime; Martinique; In The Beautiful Garden Of Prayer; Fidgety Feet; Horn Man Blues; Caribbean Girl; Late Night Blues; Red Wing; In The Sweet Bye And Bye. (Total Time: 52.34).

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Additional Personnel / Information

Dr. Michael White-- Clarinet; Gregory Stafford, Clyde Kerr-- Trumpet; Lucien Barbarin-- Trombone; Steven Pastorius, Rickie Monie-- Piano; Detroit Brooks-- Banjo; Kerry Lewis-- Violin; Herman Lebeaux-- Drums Juanita Brooks, Thias Clark-- Vocals


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