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Life in the Balance

Life in the Balance by Al Daniels buy album

Al Daniels

Label: Dan3Music
Released: 2001
Duration: 00:52:00
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Track Listing

1-Jazz Cats 2-Life in the Balance 3-Waterfall 4-A Journey Without End 5-New Blues Thang 6-Afraid to Call It Love 7-The Road to Salamanca 8-The Gospel Truth 9-Samba-Al 10-Intimate Pursuit

Personnel

Andrew Ford

bass, electric

Larry Steen

bass, electric

Linda Taylor

guitar, electric

Mark Daniels

guitar, electric

Steve Alaniz

woodwinds

Tony Lujan

trumpet

Chuck Johnson

saxophone, tenor

Amber Whitlock

voice / vocals

Paul Daniels

voice / vocals

Album Description

Contemporary Jazz Piano in a mix of World Music, Latin, and R&B with some vocals Featuring: Andrew Ford / Larry Steen-Bass; Land Richards-Drums; Craig Sharmat, Mark Daniels & Linda Taylor-Guitars; Steve Alaniz-Reeds; Tony Lujan-Trumpet


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