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Looking Back Playing Forward

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The Freexielanders

Label: Rudi Records
Released: 2017
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Track Listing

St. James Infirmary/Gotta Get to St. Joe (Joe Primrose/Joe Bishop); On the Banks of the Wabash (Paul Dresser); Peer’s Country Song (Misha Mengelberg arr. Colombo); Come Sunday (Duke Ellington, arr. Schiaffini); Voci del deserto (Felice Montagnini); Mood Indigo (Duke Ellington, arr. Schiaffini); Black Maria (Fred Rose); Yardbird Shuffle (James A. Noble); Cannonball Blues (Jelly Roll Morton, arr. Colombo); Sabor de Habanera (Schiaffini); The Great Crush Collision March (Scott Joplin, arr. Schiaffini); Malus Track: Rosa de amor (Albert Lasry).

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Additional Personnel / Information

Aurelio Tontini: tromba; Giancarlo Schiaffini: trombone; Alberto Popolla: clarinetto, clarinetto contralto; Eugenio Colombo: sax (alto); Errico De Fabritiis: sax (tenore); Francesco Lo Cascio: vibrafono; Gianfranco Tedeschi: contrabbasso; Nicola Raffone: batteria.


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