Polyhymnia by Yazz Ahmed
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Yazz Ahmed

Label: Ropeadope
Released: 2019
Views: 592

Track Listing

Lahan Al-Mansour; Ruby Bridges; One Girl Among Many; 2857; Deeds Not Words; Barbara.


Yazz Ahmed

Additional Personnel / Information

Yazz Ahmed: trumpet, flugelhorn, handclaps, Kaoss Pad, voice (1-6); Camilla George: alto saxophone, voice (1, 3, 4); Helena Kay: alto saxophone, voice (1-6); Tori Freestone: tenor saxophone, soprano saxophone, alto flute (1-6); Nubya Garcia: tenor saxophone, voice (3, 4); Gemma Moore: baritone saxophone (1-4); Josie Simmons: baritone saxophone, voice (3, 5, 6); George Crowley: bass clarinet (6); Noel Langley: trumpet, flugelhorn, Fender Rhodes, voice (1-6); Becca Toft: trumpet, voice (1-4, 6); Alex Ridout: trumpet (1, 3, 5, 6); Chloe Abbott: trumpet (4); Carol Jarvis: trombone, bass trombone,voice (1-6); Rose Turton: trombone, voice (3, 4); Johanna Burnheart: electric violin, voice (1, 3, 4, 6); Samuel Hällkvist: guitar (1-6); Shirley Tetteh: guitar, voice (1-4, 6); Ralph Wyld: vibraphone (1, 4-6); Sarah Tandy: Fender Rhodes, piano, voice (1, 3, 5); Alycona Mick: Fender Rhodes, piano (1-6); Naadia Sheriff: piano (4); Charlie Pyne: bass guitar, voice (1-6); Sophie Alloway: drums, voice (1-6); Corrina Silvester: percussion, handclaps, voice (1-6); Tom Jenkins: synth programming (4); Sheila Maurice-Grey: voice (3).



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