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Scottish National Jazz Orchestra: American Adventure

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The Scottish National Jazz Orchestra

Label: Spartacus Records
Released: 2014
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Track Listing

Splatch; Duke Ellington's Sound of Love; Yes or No; Pendulum; Dear Lord; Quartet No. 1 (part 2); Pinocchio.

Personnel

Additional Personnel / Information

Ru Pattison: alto and soprano saxophones; Martin Kershaws: clarinet, alto axophone; Konrad Wiszniewski: tenor saxophone; Bill Fleming: baritone saxophone; Ryan Quigley: trumpet, flugelhorn; Cameron Jay: trumpet, flugelhorn; Tom MacNiven: trumpet, flugelhorn; James Marr: trumpet, flugelhorn; Chris Greive: trombone; Phil O'Malley: trombone; Michael Owers: bass trombone; Brian Kellock: piano (1-3, 7); Calum Gourlay: acoustic bass; Alyn Cosker; drums (1-6); Mike Stern: guitar (1); Kurt Elling: vocals (2); Tommy Smith: director/conductor, tenor saxophone (2); Joe Locke: vibraphone (3), Donny McCaslin: tenor saxophone (4); Dave Kikosi: piano (4-6); Dave Liebman: soprano saxophone (4); Randy Brecker: trumpet (5); Bill Evans: tenor saxophone (6); Michael Dease: trombone (7); Joel Frahm: tenor saxophone (7); Clarence Penn: drums (7).


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