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Lorraine Feather: Dooji Wooji

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Lorraine Feather

Label: Sanctuary Records
Released: 2005
Views: 803

Track Listing

1. Calistoga Bay; 2. Cicada Time; 3. Remembering to Breathe; 4. I Know the Way to Brooklyn; 5. On the Esplanade; 6. Sweet Honolulu; 7. Once Bitten; 8. A Ramble Through the Park; 9. Indiana Lana; 10. Shameful; 11. Tryin� to Get Over; 12. Happy You Were Here


Additional Personnel / Information

Lorraine Feather: vocals/lyrics; Bill Elliott: arranger/composer/piano; Eddie Arkin: arranger/composer; Shelly Berg; piano/arranger/ composer; Russell Ferrante: piano/arranger/composer; Dave Carpenter: bass; Grant Geissman: guitar/lap steel guitar; Gregg Field: drums; Bill Liston: alto sax/clarinet; Brian Scanlon: alto sax; Jay Mason alto sax/tenor sax/baritone sax/clarinet; Glen Berger: tenor sax; Jeff Driskill: alto sax/clarinet/tenor sax/baritone sax; Gary Foster: clarinet; Wayne Bergeron: trumpet; Darrel Gardner: trumpet; Willie Murillo: trumpet; Bruce Otto: trombone; Charlie Morillas: trombone; Andy Martin: trombone; Charlie Bisharat: violin


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