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Shout Me Out

Shout Me Out by Clayton-Hamilton Jazz Orchestra buy album

Clayton-Hamilton Jazz Orchestra

Label: Unknown label
Released: 2004
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Track Listing

Shout Me Out, Max, Plunger Mute Syndrome, Yellow Flowers After, Grizzly, Day by Day, Nice to Meet You, One for Horace Tapscott, Barbara's Rose, I Want a Little Girl, How Insensitive

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Additional Personnel / Information

Leaders ~John Clayton, Jr. (arco bass), Jeff Hamilton (drums), Jeff Clayton (lead alto sax/flute/oboe/piccolo). The Orchestra ~ Bijon Watson (lead trumpet), Eugene "Snooky" Young, Oscar Brashear, Clay Jenkins, Bobby Rodriguez (trumpet), Ira Nepus (lead trombone), George Bohanon, Isaac Smith (trombone), Maurice Spears (bass trombone), Keith Fiddmont (alto sax, clarinet), Rickey Woodard (tenor sax, clarinet), Charles Owens (tenor and soprano sax, clarinet), Lee Callet (baritone sax, bass clarinet), Bill Cunliffe (piano),Christoph Luty (bass), Jim Hershman (guitar).


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