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Rockin' in Rhythm

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John Pizzarelli

Label: Telarc Records
Released: 2010
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Track Listing

In a Mellow Tone; East St. Louis Toodle-Oo / Don't Get Around Much Anymore; Satin Doll; C Jam Blues; In My Solitude; Just Squeeze Me; Perdido; All Too Soon; I'm Beginning to See the Light; Love Scene; I Got It Bad and That Ain't Good; Cottontail / Rockin' in Rhythm.

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John Pizzarelli: guitar, vocals; Martin Pizzarelli: double bass; Tony Tedesco: drums; Larry Fuller: piano; Tony Kadleck: trumpet; John Mosca: trombone and E-flat alto horn; Andy Fusco: alto sax and clarinet; Kenny Berger: baritone and bass clarinet; Harry Allen: tenor sax (4, 11); Kurt Elling: vocals (7); Jessica Molaskey: vocals (7); Bucky Pizzarelli: electric and acoustic rhythm guitar (3, 8, 11); Aaron Weinstein: violin (2, 4, 5).


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