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Jazz Marathon 4: Live at Hangar 18

Jazz Marathon 4: Live at Hangar 18 by Doug MacDonald buy album

Doug MacDonald

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2019
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Track Listing

Disc 1: San Fernando Blvd.; Dreamsville; Lollipops and Roses; I Thought About You; With the Wind and the Rain in Her Hair; Maiden Voyage; Pennies from Heaven; Nobody Else But Me; Strike Up the Band. Disc 2: L L; Someone to Light Up My Life; Make Believe; Body and Soul; My Foolish Heart; Where or When; Tune Up.

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Doug MacDonald: guitar; Ron Stout: trumpet; Kim Richmond: alto sax, flute, arranger; Rickey Woodard: tenor sax; Ira Nepus: trombone; Charlie Shoemake: vibraphone; Joe Bagg: piano; Harvey Newmark: bass; John B. Williams: bass; Kendall Kay: drums; Roy McCurdy: drums.


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