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Live at Redcat Los Angeles

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Vinny Golia

Label: pfMentum
Released: 2019
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Track Listing

Set 1: Introduction; Show of Force; 5; Up in the Sky; Lost and Found; Cabine One, Change a Letter; Cabimn Two. Set 2: Introduction; Would You Like to Help on Your Journey to Mottsfield?; Soccer Gear Dropped on Religious Leaders; Barnum Brown Finds Something; Just Another Morning; Encore.

Personnel

Vinny Golia
Vinny Golia

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Additional Personnel / Information

Andrew Tholl, Henry Webster, Melinda Rice, Stephanie Moorehouse, Lauren Baba, Eric KM Clark, Madeline Falcone: violin; Cassia Streb, Natalie Brejcha, Morgan Lee Gerstmar: viola; Aniela Perry, Derek Stein, April Guthrie, Thea Mesirow: cello; David Tranchina, Ivan Johnson: bass; Kathy Pisaro: oboe; Joseph Thel: oboe; English horn; Jonathan Stehney, Archie Carey: bassoon; Christine Tavolacci, Sammi Lee: flutes, piccolo; Gavin Templeton, Jon Armstrong: saxophones, flutes, clarinets; Michael Mull: clarinet, alto saxophone; Brian Walsh: bass clarinet; Dan Clucas, Daniel Rosenboom, Drew Jordan, Andrew Rowan: trumpet; Erin Poulin, Adam Wolf: French horn; Evan Sprecht, Ben McIntosh, Matt Barbier: trombone; John Tyler Jordan: bass trombone; Stefan Kac: tuba; Ingrid Lee: piano; Alex Noice: guitar; Jodie Landau: mallets; Tony Gennaro: additional percussions; Andrew Lessman: drums; Andrea Young, Carmina Escobar: voice; Vinny Golia: saxophones, flutes, clarinets, percussion, direction; Mark Lowenstein: direction.


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