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Jumpin' At the Border

Jumpin' At the Border by Josh Workman buy album

Josh Workman

Label: Tetrachord Music
Released: 2004
Views: 501

Track Listing

Jumpin' At The Border; Sippin'at Bell's; Andre De Sapato Novo; Monkish; Autumn Nocturne; The Sweetest Sounds; No Me Platiques Mas; Ow!; I Can't Face The Music; Nono; Take Me in Your Arms; Kali Sara; You're Driving Me Crazy; My Pearl; Carinhoso; You're Blase'.

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Additional Personnel / Information

Josh Workman - electric and acoustic guitars; Larry Vuckovich - Piano; Omar Clay,Harold Jones - Drums; Noel Jewkes Flute - Saxophones; Nat Johnson, Buca Necak, Perry Thorsell - Bass; Kim Nalley - Vocals; Evan Price Violin; John Santos - Percussion; The Hot Club of San Francisco Evan Price - Violin, Paul Mehling - Guitar, Ari Munkres - Bass (track 12)


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