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New Shoes: Kind of Blue at 60

New Shoes: Kind of Blue at 60 by Jon Schapiro buy album

Jon Schapiro

Label: Summit Records
Released: 2020
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Track Listing

CD 1 — Boiled Funk; Foiled Bunk; So What; Boiled Funk 2: Dark of Night; Blue in Green. CD 2 — Boiled Funk 3: Worth Your While; All Blues; Boiled Funk 4: Old Feet, New Shoes; Flamenco Sketches; Boiled Funk 5: A Smile; Freddie Freeloader; Boiled Funk / Theme.

Personnel

Jon Schapiro

composer/conductor

Bryan Davis
Bryan Davis

trumpet

Andy Gravish

trumpet

Eddie Allen
Eddie Allen

trumpet

Rob Wilkerson
Rob Wilkerson

saxophone, alto

Ben Kono
Ben Kono

woodwinds

Candace DeBartolo

saxophone, alto

Paul Carlon
Paul Carlon

saxophone, tenor

Rob Middleton
Rob Middleton

saxophone, tenor

Matt Hong

saxophone, baritone

Deborah Weisz
Deborah Weisz

trombone

Alex Jeun

trombone

Nick Grinder
Nick Grinder

trombone

Walter Harris

trombone

Jon Wikan
Jon Wikan

drums


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