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Movement to Egalitaria

Movement to Egalitaria by LehCats buy album

LehCats

Label: IYOUWE
Released: 2018
Views: 698

Track Listing

TRACK LISTING 1. Soul Cha Cha 2. The National Anthem Of Egalitaria 3. Sunshine 4. Doppler Effect 5. Mandela 6. 9 Lives 7. Step On It 8. Celia's Bomba 9. Goodbye Elgin Park 10. Meshugaza 11. Mopar's Song

Personnel

LehCats
LehCats

saxophone

Additional Personnel / Information

MUSICIANS: Karen Stachel - flutes & vocal Norbert Stachel - reeds & flutes Nanny Assis - Brazilian percussion Francis Benitez - drums John Benitez - acoustic & electric bass Will Bernard - guitar Ivan Bodley - acoustic bass Chris Biesterfeldt - guitar Carlos Chong - guitar Walfredo De Los Reyes Jr. - drums Ricky Encarnacion - electric bass Pete Escovedo - percussion Gary Fisher - piano Richie Flores - congas & percussion Edsel Gomez - piano Dan Gonzales - drums & percussion Siavash Haghtalab - Iranian hand percussion Bob Lanzetti - guitar Axel Laugart - piano Ray Obiedo - guitar Mike O'Brien - acoustic bass Lonnie Plaxico - acoustic & electric bass Melissa Rodnon - pandeiro Elizabeth Schwartz - vocal Dave Solomon - guitar Mike Stern - guitar Yale Strom - violin Yunior Terry - shekeres Renato Thoms - urdu & percussion Peter Washington - bass Lenny White - drums


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