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Road to Udaipur

Road to Udaipur by Edsel Gomez buy album

Edsel Gomez

Label: Zoho Music
Released: 2015
Views: 979

Track Listing

Tertulia Samba; Udaipur; Homesick Nostalgia; Search and Build; Ninibilo Majulolo and the Bridge; Four Seasons and a Five; Spain-ished Cubes (for Chick Corea); On Second Thoughts; Charles Chaplin; Smile On; Bahia; Brothers; The Chant.

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Additional Personnel / Information

Edsel Gomez: composer, arranger, piano, miscellaneous percussion (clave, timbales, hand drill, stone filled bucket, bells); Walmir Gill: trumpet, flugelhorn; Nahor Gomes: trumpet, flugelhorn; Casio Fereira: alto sax; Felipe Lamoglia: tenor sax; Roberto Araujo: oboe; Roberto Pitre Vazquez: flute, piccolo, vocals; Fabio Tagliaferri: viola; Freddie Bryant: guitar; Felix Gibbons: congas, speech; Edu Martins: bass; Alex “Apolo” Ayala: bass; Sizao Machado: electric bass; Arismar do Espiritu Santo: electric bass; Roberta Valente: pandeiro, triangle; Chacalzinho: pandeiro, berimbau, udu, triangle; Bruce Cox: drums; Tutu Ferraz: drums; Douglas Alonso: drums.


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