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Lineage: Rock and Pop Classics Revisited

Lineage: Rock and Pop Classics Revisited by Dave Liebman buy album

Dave Liebman

Label: Whaling City Sound
Released: 2014
Views: 806

Track Listing

Mr. Sandman; Eleanor Rigby; Visions; Tequila; I Only Have Eyes for You; Walk, Don't Run; Woodstock; Wipe Out; Here, There and Everywhere; Love Me Tender.

Personnel

Dave Liebman
Dave Liebman

saxophone, soprano

Additional Personnel / Information

Dave Liebman: soprano and tenor saxophones, wooden flute; Evan Gregor: electric and acoustic bass; Vic Juris: electric and acoustic guitars; Bobby Avey: acoustic and electric piano, organ; Michael Stephens: drums, percussion; Matt Vashlisan: alto and soprano saxophones, flute, EWI, clarinet.


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