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Now and Then

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Tommy Vig

Label: Unknown label
Released: 2004
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Track Listing

1. Love Come Back To Me; 2. Autumn Leaves; 3. Hungarian Potpourri; 4. Straight, No Chaser; 5. Besame Mucho; 6. Hallo Tommy; 7. Prisoner?s Song; 8. Dobparbaj; 9.Tell Vilmos.

Personnel

Tommy Vig
Tommy Vig

vibraphone

Additional Personnel / Information

1 & 5: Tommy Vig?Vibraphone, Arranger; Mia Vig?Vocals; Duna Symphonic Strings, Sandor Dobsa?Piano, Peter Wolf?Conductor, Studio 22, Budapest Hungary, May 7, 1995. 2 & 4: Tommy Vig?Vibraphone, Percussion; Bela Szakcis Lanktos?Piano; Aladar Pege?Bass; Imre Koszegi?Drums, Studio 6 Budapest Hungary, April 25, 1971. 3: Georg Schwartcz?Vibraphone; Barna Kechkemethy?Flute; Tommy Vig?Synthesizers; Luis Emery Oppenwaldt?Bass; Roger Lee?Drums, Los Angles California, 2003 6 & 7: Theo Ferstl?Trumpet; Fritz Meisinger?Trombone; Fred Krippner, George Vig?Clarinet; Hans Koller? Tenor Saxophone; Ernst Landl?Piano; Leo Eggenberger?Guitar; Joe Doleschal? Bass; Victor Plasil--, Tommy Vig?Drums, The Hot Club Of Vienna, Vienna Austria, August 1947. 8 & 9: Hungarian Big Band Of Mopex, Tommy Vig?Drums, Mesterhang Studio, Budapest Hungary, 1947.


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