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Mosaic

Mosaic by Ron Boustead buy album

Ron Boustead

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2013
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Track Listing

Moon Song; You're Sensational; No Me Without You; Wishful Thinking; And Now?; Careless Wind; Every Moment of You; Everything Be Ok; Whatever Happens; Secret 'O Life.

Personnel

Ron Boustead
Ron Boustead

voice / vocals

Additional Personnel / Information

Ron Boustead: vocals; Bill Cantos: piano, keyboards (1, 5, 7); Ramon Stagnaro: guitar (1, 5, 7); Brian Bromberg: bass (1, 5, 7); Mike Shapiro: drums, percussion (1, 5, 7); Rick Braun: trumpet (1); Greg Poree: guitar (2); Keith Jones: bass (2); Munyungo Jackson: percussion (2, 9); Gregg Karukas: Fender Rhodes, electric piano (2, 6); Steve Hoskins: soprano saxophone, tenor saxophone (2, 4 ): Andreas Aleman: keyboards (3); Kirk Whalum: tenor saxophone (3); Arnold McCuller: vocals (3); Michael McGregor: keyboards (4, 8); Bill Cunliffe: piano (4); Bart Samolis: bass (4); Pat Kelly: guitar (4, 8, 9); Renee Stahl: vocals (5); Fred Hersch: piano (6); Oscar Seaton: drums (6); Luis Conte (6); Katisse Buckingham: flute (8); Mitchell Forman: organ, piano (9, 10 ); Don Aren: bass (9); Windy Wagner: vocals (9).


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