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Solitary Moon

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Ginger Berglund

Label: Bi-coastal Music
Released: 2014
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Track Listing

Cinnamon & Clove; Little Did I Dream; Solitary Moon; First; The shadow of Your Smile; El Cajon; Close Enough for Love; A Waltz from somewhere; Where Do You start?; Vacation from the Blues; You Are There; Sure As You're Born; I Never Told You; Emily; I Won't Believe My eyes.

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Additional Personnel / Information

Ginger Berglund: voice; Scott whitfield: voice, trombone; Airto Moreira: persussion; Anne King: trumpet, flugelhorn; Billy Kerr: alto sax; Carl Saunders: trumpet; Corey Allen: piano; Don shelton: clarinet; Ira Nepus: trombone; Jack Petersen: guitar; Jamie Hovorka: trumpet; Jennifer Leitham: bass; John Dickson: horn; Ken Peplowski: clarinet; Kendall Kaye: drums; Kye Palmer: trumpet; Linda Small: trombone; Nancy Newman: baritone sax; Pete Christlieb: tenor sax; Rich Bullock: bass trombone; Roger Neumann: tenor sax, baritone sax, bass clarinet; Rusty Higgins: alto sax, flute, alto clarinet; Stephanie O'Keefe: hoen; Steve Huffsteter: trumpet; "The Modernaires" (Julie dickinson, Ginger Berglund, Jimmy Stephens, Joe Croyle, Scott Whitfield); "LAVA" (Los Angeles Vocal Alliance (Jonathan Dane; Larry Williams; Scott Whitfield, Rich Bullock).


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