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Runner in the Rain

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Mariel Austin

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2018
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Track Listing

A Rough, Unsorted Compiling of Ways Not to Exist; Night Dreamer; Mirrorshift; One-way Journey Home; Runner in the Rain.

Personnel

Mariel Austin
Mariel Austin

trombone

Additional Personnel / Information

Mariel Austin: trombone, compositions, vocals (5); Noah Preminger: tenor saxophone (2); Nigel Yancey: alto saxophone, flute; Richard Garcia: alto saxophone, clarinet; Gustavo D’Amico: tenor saxophone, flute; Travis Bliss: tenor saxophone; Austin Yancey: baritone saxophone, bass clarinet; Danny Fratina: trumpet; Kai Sandoval: trumpet; David Adewumi: trumpet; Jon Weidley: trumpet; Jordan Skomal: trumpet; Dorsey Minns: trombone; Grant Randall: trombone; Yoshie Nakayama: trombone; Joe Ricard: bass trombone; Andria Nicodemou: vibraphone (2); Vaughn Stoffey: guitar; James Fernando: piano (2); Chris McCarthy: piano; Neil Patton: bass; Dor Herskovits: drums; Jakub Trasak: violin (5); Rafael Natan: violin (5); Marnen Laibow- Koser: violin (5); Ludovica Burtone: violin (5); Georgina McKay Lodge: viola (5); Sofia Basile: viola (5); Valerie Thompson: cello (5); Jason Coleman: cello (5).


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