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Smoke n' Mirrors

Smoke n' Mirrors by Lee Ritenour buy album

Lee Ritenour

Label: Peak Records
Released: 2006
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Track Listing

Smoke n' Mirrors; Capetown; Southwest Passage; Waters Edge; Spellbinder; Memeza; Povo; Lovely Day; Township; Forget Me Nots; Stone Cool; Motherland; 4 1/2 Storms.

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Lee Ritenour: acoustic and electric guitars, bass, synth bass, keyboards and programming; Melvin Davis: 6-string electric bass; Richard Bona: electric bass, shaker, bass fills; Vinnie Colaiuta: drums; Sheila E.: Korg wave drum, Alex Acuna: bongos, congas, percussion; Dave Grusin: acoustic piano; John Patitucci:acoustic bass; Paulinho Da Costa: percussion; Daniel Jobim: keyboards; Danilo Caymmi: flutes; Brian Bromberg: acoustic bass; Satnam Ramgotra: tablas; Erik Pilani Paliani: acoustic and electric guitars; Wesley Ritenour: drums; Tlale Makhene: percussion; Alberto Lopez: wood percussion; Patrice Rushen: Fender Rhodes piano; Oscar Seaton: drums; Steve Tavaliogne: soprano saxophone, EWI, alto flute; Abraham Laboriel: electric bass; Mea Noite: percussion; Daniel Jobin: vocals, background vocals; Joyce Zamajobe: vocals, background vocals; Erik Pilani Paliani: vocals, background vocals; Patrice Rushen: vocals, background vocals; Tita Lima: vocals, background vocals,


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