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The Brecker Brothers Band Reunion

The Brecker Brothers Band Reunion by Randy Brecker
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Randy Brecker

Label: Piloo Records and Productions LLC
Released: 2013
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Track Listing

CD (Studio): First Tune Of The Set; Stellina; The Dipshit; Merry Go Town; The Slag; Really In For It; Elegy For Mike; On The Rise; Adina; R N Bee; Musician's Ol' Lady Dues Blues. DVD (Live): First Tune Of The Set; The Slag; Adina; Really In For It; Straphangin'; Stellina; Merry Go Town; Inside Out; Some Skunk Funk.


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Randy Brecker: trumpet (CD#1, CD#3-8, CD#10-11, DVD), flugelhorn (CD#2, CD#9, DVD), electric trumpet (CD#5, DVD); Ada Rovatti: tenor saxophone (CD#1-3, CD#5-6, CD#8, DVD), soprano saxophone (CD#4, CD#6-7, CD#9-10, DVD); Mike Stern: guitar (CD#1, CD#5-6, DVD); Will Lee: bass (CD, DVD); Dave Weckl: drums (CD#1-4, CD#7-9, DVD); George Whitty: keyboards (CD#1, CD#4-10, DVD), percussion (CD#1-2 CD#9-10, DVD), organ (CD#3); programming (CD#1-2, CD#9-10, DVD); Sound Design (CD#4, CD#7-8, DVD), Nurse Wretched (CD#6, DVD); Adam Rogers: guitar (CD#2-3, CD#8, CD#11); David Sanborn: alto saxophone (CD#3, CD#6); Dean Brown: guitar (CD#1, CD#4, CD#7, CD#9)Oli Rockberger: vocals (CD#4, DVD#7), lead vocals (CD#8), keyboards and vocal arrangements (CD#4, DVD#7); Mitch Stein: guitar (CD#5-6, CD#10); Jim Campagnola: baritone saxophone (CD#6, CD#8); Rodney Holmes: drums (CD#5-6, CD#10); Chris Minh Doky: bass (CD#7, CD#9); Randroid: rap (CD#6, CD#8, DVD), vocals (CD#11).


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