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Journey of a Friend

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Howard University Jazz Ensemble

Label: HUJE
Released: 2013
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Track Listing

Butterfly; Sister Cheryl; Buhaina, Buhaina; Journey of a Friend; Moment’s Notice; Carnival di Panama; Sweet Love; Peace; UnconTainable; Good Bait; It’s Easy to Remember; Festive Minor.

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Additional Personnel / Information

Fred Irby III: director; Jonathan Neal: trumpet, flugelhorn; Jared Bailey: trumpet, flugelhorn; Anthony Daniel: trumpet, flugelhorn; Norberto Mejicanos: trumpet, flugelhonr; Alexander Parchment: trumpet, flugelhorn; Ashton Vines: alto, soprano sax, flute; Ashanti Mills: alto sax; Isaiah Allen: tenor sax; Elijah Balbed: tenor sax; Brandon Holtmeyer: tenor sax; Brandon Barnett: baritone sax; Ariel Shelton: French horn; Christopher Steele: trombone; Torrance Hill: trombone; Isaac Bell: trombone; Curry Hackett: bass trombone; Samuel Prather: piano; Joseph Wilson: piano; Gregory Chambers: piano; Rick Peralta: electric guitar; Eliot Seppa: acoustic, electric bass; Cedric Edmon: drums; Victor Younge: vibes, percussion; Brittany Jiles: vibes, percussion.


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