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Moyo (Heart and Soul)

Moyo (Heart and Soul) by Keiko Matsui buy album

Keiko Matsui

Label: Unknown label
Released: 2007
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Track Listing

Moyo (Heart and Soul); A Great Romance; Into the Night; Caricias; An Evening in Gibraltar; When I Close My Eyes; After the Rain; Allure; Black River; Old Potch Road; Um Novo Dia (A New Day); Marula.

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Additional Personnel / Information

Keiko Matsui: piano; Richard Bona: bass, acoustic guitar, electric guitar, percussion, programming, vocals (1, 11); Akira Jimbo: drums; Tiale Makhene: percussion; Derek Nakamoto: synthesizer, programming; Grecco Buratto: acoustic guitar; Rob Wilson: drums; Lucas Senyatso: bass; Lawrence Matshiza: electric guitar; Kunle: electric guitar (6); Gerald Albright: tenor and soprano saxophone (3, 8); Adam Howard : trumpet; Bez Roberts: trombone; Vivian Thulane: alto saxophone; Paul Taylor: soprano saxophone (7, 9); Hugh Masakela: trumpet (5, 10) Waldemar Bastos: vocals, Portuguese lyrics (11); Gary Stockdale: string arrangements (12).


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