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Mosaic Select 7

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Curtis Amy

Label: Mosaic Records
Released: 2005
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Track Listing

Disc One: 1. Searchin' 2. Goin' Down, Catch Me A Woman 3. The Blues Message 4. Come Rain Or Come Shine 5. This Is The Blues 6. Meetin' Here 7. Early In The Morning 8. If I Were A Bell 9. One More Hamhock Please 10. Angel Eyes 11. Just Friends
Disc Two: 1. Gone Into It 2. Annsome 3. Bobbin' 4. Groovin' Blue 5. Beautiful You 6. Very Frank 7. Way Down 8. Liberia 9. 24 Hours Blues 10. Lisa 11. A Soulful Bee, A Soulful Rose 12. All My Life 13. Bells And Horns
Disc Three: 1. Tippin' On Through 2. Funk In The Evening 3. For Ayers Only 4. In Your Own Sweet Way 5. Summertime 6. Set Call 7. Katanga 8. Lonely Woman 9. Native Land 10. Amyable 11. You Don't Know What Love Is 12. A Shade Of Brown

Personnel

Curtis Amy
Curtis Amy

saxophone

Additional Personnel / Information

Curtis Amy (ts, ss), Roy Brewster, (vtrmb), Paul Bryant (org), Clarence Jones (b), Jimmy Miller (d), Carmell Jones (t), Boddy Hutcherson (vib), Frank Strazzeri (p), Jimmy Bond (b), Frank Butler (d), Marcus Belgrave (t), Roy Ayers (vib), John Houston (p), George Morrow (b), Tony Bazley (d), Victor Feldman (p), Bob Whitlock (b), Larance Marable (d), Dupree Bolton (t), Ray Crawford (g), Jack Wilson (p), Victor Gaskin (b), Doug Sides (d)


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