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Pump It Up

Pump It Up by Les McCann buy album

Les McCann

Label: Intakt Records
Released: 2002
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Track Listing

Pump It Up, Buckshot and LaFonque, Let it Ride (the Train), I Cant' Stand It, So What, You Just Can't Smile It Away, Tryin' to Make it Real, The Truth, Daylight, Funk It (Let the Music Play), I Can't Stand It--reprise

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Les McCann, vocals; Ricky Peterson, Hammon B-3 organ; John Robinson, drums; Paul Jackson Jr., rhythm guitar; Abraham Laboriel, bass; Marcus Miller, bass; Maceo Parker, saxophone; Billy Preston, keyboards; Bill Evans, saxophone; Bonnie Raitt, vocals; Dianne Reeves, vocals; Paulinho da Costa, Latin percussion; Keith Anderson, saxophone; Tom Saviano, saxophone; Bill Churchville, trumpet; Tony Maiden, guitar; Maxaynh Lewis, Margaret Fowler Alan Abrahams, and Jim Gilstrap, background vocals.


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