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Shut Up and Dance

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Daniel Yvinec

Label: Out of Sight Music
Released: 2011
Views: 717

Track Listing

CD 1: 01. Up; 02. Melissa Dance; 03. Flying Dream; 04. Shaking Peace; 05. Racing Heart, Heart Racing; 06. Boom (intro); 07. Bob Walk (Tribute to Bob Brookmeyer). CD 2: 01 Tongs of Joy; 02. Praya Dance; 03. Falling Mean; 04. Life Still; 05. The Power of Water.


Additional Personnel / Information

Daniel Yvinec: direttore; John Hollenbeck: compositore; Eve Risser: pianoforte, pianoforte preparato, flauti; Vincent Lafont: tastiere, pianoforte, elettronica; Antonin Tri-Hoang: sax alto, clarinetto, clarinetto basso, pianoforte; Matthieu Metzger: sax alto, soprano, sax midi, trombophone; Rémi Dumoulin: sax tenore, clarinetto, clarinetto basso; Joce Mienniel: flauti, elettronica; Guillaume Poncelet: tromba, flicorno, tastiere; Pierre Perchaud: chitarra acustica e elettrica, banjo; Sylvain Daniel: basso elettrico; Yoann Serra: batteria.



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