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Seldom Blues

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Alexander Zonjic

Label: Heads Up International
Released: 2005
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Track Listing

Leave It With Me, Seldom Blue, AZ Does It, Isabela, People Make the World Go Round, Spill the Wine, Sweat, Under the Moon and Over the Sky, Quantum, Britters

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Additional Personnel / Information

Alexander Zonjic, flutes; James Lloyd, Bob James, keyboards and programming; Jeff Lorber, horn arrangements, programming, percussion, keyboards and guitar; Kirk Whalum, tenor sax; Earl Klugh, Michael Ripoli, Paul Pesco, Peter White, guitars; Rayse Briggs, trumpet; KEM, lead vocal; Kyle Whalum, bass; Lamar Carter, Bobby Colomby, drums; Kevin Whalum and Sherrie Kibble, background vocals; Angel Bofill, vocals on "Under the Moon and Over the Sky"


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