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Kive and Screamin'

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Chicago Metropolitan Jazz Orchestra

Label: Chicago Lakeside Jazz
Released: 2000
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Track Listing

Magic Flea; A Time for Love; What's New; Maria; I Remember Stan; Fitz; Yesterdays; El Congo Valiente; Blue; Greasy Sack Blue; But Beautiful; Spring Can Really Hang You up the Most; Here's That Rainy Day; MacArthur Park

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Lenny King - Leader; Dennis Noday, Joey Tartell, Kirk Garrison, Terry Connell, Jim Peterson, Tom Baker, Amir Elsaffar, Randy Kulik - Trumpet; John Mose, Hary Kozlowski, Tim Coffman, Tom Stark - Trombone; John McAllister - Bass Trombone, Tuba; Chris Sarlas, Jon Irabagon - Alto Sax; Kent Lawson - Alto & Baritone Sax; Mark Colby, Frank Catalano, Tenor Sax; Ken Kistner - Baritone Sax; Don Stille, Ron Mills - Piano; David Rothstein - Bass; Charlie Braugham, Bob Chmel- Drums; Al Keeler -Latin percussion


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