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Meet Me At Minton's

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JC Hopkins Biggish Band

Label: Harlem Jazz Records
Released: 2017
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Track Listing

Remember When; Suddenly (In Walked Bud); Swing Brother Swing; Looking Back ( Reflections); What Is Love; Meant To Be; Meet Me At Minton’s; Them There Eyes; Dreams Come True; Alright, OK, You Win; Spreadin’ Rhythm Around; How I Wish (Ask Me Now); All Of Me.

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JC Hopkins Biggish Band
JC Hopkins Biggish Band

band/orchestra

Additional Personnel / Information

JC Hopkins: piano; Noah Jackson: bass; Charles Goold: drums; Solomon Hicks: guitar, vocals; Claire Daly: baritone sax; Christopher McBride: alto sax; Troy Roberts: tenor sax; Corey Wallace: trombone; Bruce Harris: trumpet; Phillip Dizack: trumpet; Bryan Davis: trumpet; Joseph Doubleday: vibes; Brandee Younger: harp; Ismael Wignall: congas; Andy Bey: celeste, vocals; Kevin Burk: vocals; Aria Hendricks: vocals; Brianna Thomas: vocals; Job Hendricks: vocals; Queen Esther: vocals; Jazzmeia Horn: vocals; Alicia Olatuja: vocals; Charles Turner: vocals; Kathy Sledge: vocals.


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