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Jazzical Menken

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Joel A. Martin

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2013
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Track Listing

Seize the Day; Part of Your World; A Place Called Home; Beauty and the Beast; Cold Enough to Snow; Jazz Lullaby; Under the Sea; Colors of the Wind; A Whole New World; So Close; That's How You Know; Anytime You Need a Friend; Somewhere That's Green; God Bless Us, Everyone.

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Joel A. Martin: pianist/creator; Liz Callaway: vocals; Amanda McBroom: vocals; Christine Pedi: vocals; David Dunaway: upright/electric bass; Steve Johns: drums; Jon Berger: drums/percussion; Fernando Saci: Brazilian percussion; Paul Lieberman: tenor sax; Winston Byrd: trumpet; Jon Mark McGowan: trumpet; Sam Burtis: trombone; Chloe Sasson: conductor; E. Jason Armstrong: vocal conductor; The Gay Men's Chorus of Los Angeles (Ryan J. De Korte, Christopher M. Etscheid, Doug Gardner, J. Russell Kieffer, Santo C. Ragno; Dave J. Sanchez; Dave J. Volpe; Peter Wilson, Justin W. Wu, Ed Carlo Arafiles, David Backus, Evan Fable, Steve Goodwillie, Markus Honaker, Will Kohlschreiber, David J. Lick, Josh Minnie, Lance J. Olson, F. Thomas Simpson, Daniel T. Stewart Mark L. Britt, Bobby Buchanan, Mark Cramer, Cary Monette, Denny Schimmel, David Sperber, John Yong, Bill Bowersock, Marty Brier, Kenny Callaghan, Jadrian Johnson, Brandon Petross Oliver, Billy Rugh, David Werthe).


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