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Great Voices of Harlem

Great Voices of Harlem by Mansur Scott
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Mansur Scott

Label: Pao Records
Released: 2014
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Track Listing

Moanin'; Intro Peace; Peace; Expansions; Somewhere Over The Rainbow; Doing Hard Time; Stella by Starlight; Watermelon Man; My One and Only Love; Days of Wine and Roses; Mona Lisa; Song For My Father.


Personnel

Mansur Scott
percussion

Additional Personnel / Information

Howard Curtis: drums; Wolfram Derschmidt: bass; Barni Girlinger: flugelhorn, trumpet; Klemens Pliem: flute (alto), sax(tenor); Gregory Porter: primary artist, vocals; Martin Reiter: keyboards, piano; Mansur Scott: primary artist, vocals; Donald Smith: piano, primary artist, vocals; Paul Zauner: leader, trombone.


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