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Live at Jazz Standard

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Dave Douglas

Label: Greenleaf Music
Released: 2009
Duration: 07:36:00
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Track Listing

CD1 (April 10, 2008 Early Set): Silent Stars; Moonshine; The First Hundred Years; Married Life; Circus Peanuts; Tough.

CD2 (April 10, 2008 Late Set): Dog Star; Scopes; Flood Plain; Kitten; AWD; Traveling Salesman; Tragicomique; Pool Sharks.

CD3 (April 11, 2008 Early Set): Love and Donuts; Butterfly Effect; Famous Players; Mabel Normand; Photosynthesis; The Real Roscoe.

CD4 (April 11, 2008 Late Set): Luke the Dog; Black Rock Park; Greenhorn; A Noise From The Deep; Mabel's Wilful Way; Tough.

CD5 (April 12, 2008 Early Set): Luke the Dog; Silent Stars; The First Hundred Years; Traveling Salesman; Circus Peanuts; Tough.

CD6 (April 12, 2008 Late Set): Moonshine; November; Olive's Big Mess; Kitten; Porto Alegro; Pool Sharks.

CD7 (April 13, 2008 Early Set): Moonshine; Black Rock Park; Dog Star; Flood Plain; Mabel's Wilful Way; Tough.

CD8 (April 13, 2008 Late Set): Love and Donuts; Greenhorn; Married Life; Eastern Parkway; Photosynthesis; Famous Players.

Personnel

Dave Douglas
Dave Douglas

trumpet

Additional Personnel / Information

Dave Douglas: trumpet; Marcus Strickland: saxophones; Adam Benjamin: Fender Rhodes; Brad Jones: Ampeg Baby Bass; Gene Lake: drums; DJ Olive: turntables and laptop.


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