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Scottish National Jazz Orchestra: In the Spirit of Duke

Scottish National Jazz Orchestra: In the Spirit of Duke by Tommy Smith buy album

Tommy Smith

Label: Spartacus Records
Released: 2013
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Track Listing

Black and Tan Fantasy / Creole Love Call; In the Hall of the Mountain King; Jack the Bear; Le Sucrier Velours; Daybreak Express; Concerto for Cootie; Harlem Air Shaft; Prelude to a Kiss; Sepia Panorama; Ko-Ko; Morning Mood; Anitra’s Dance; The Single Petal of a Rose; Kinda Dukish / Rockin’ in Rhythm; Sunset and the Mockingbird; Diminuendo in Blue (Wailing Interval) / Crescendo in Blue.

Personnel

Tommy Smith
Tommy Smith

saxophone, tenor

Additional Personnel / Information

Tommy Smith: music director, tenor sax; Ryan Quigley: trumpet; Cameron Jay: trumpet; Tom MacNiven: trumpet; James Marr: trumpet; Ruaraidh Pattison: alto, soprano sax, clarinet; Martin Kershaw: alto sax, clarinet; Konrad Wiszniewski: alto, tenor sax, clarinet; Bill Fleming: alto, baritone sax, clarinet, bass clarinet; Chris Greive: trombone; Phil O’Malley: trombone; Michael Owers: bass trombone; Brian Kellock: piano; Calum Gourlay: bass; Alyn Cosker: drums.


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