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Some Quiet Place

Some Quiet Place by Andy Snitzer buy album

Andy Snitzer

Label: Native Language
Released: 2006
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Track Listing

As I Was Before; Only With You; A Few Wild Nights; Passion Play; Loving You; Boundless; Some Quiet Place; On Extended Wing; Losing Summer; For Joel; Testimony.

Personnel

Andy Snitzer
Andy Snitzer

saxophone

Additional Personnel / Information

Andy Snitzer: tenor saxophone, keyboards, synth bass; Rhodes; synthesizers; drums; percussion; alto saxophone, programming; Bob James: piano; Phillipe Saisse: Rhodes, clavinet, shaker, piano, organ; Paul Livant: guitar; Jon Ossman: bass; Shawn Pelton: drums; David Charles: percussion; Chuck Loeb: guitar; Chris Botti: trumpet; Mitch Cooley: guitar; Tony Kadleck: trumpet; Birch Johnson: trombones; David Lebolt: organ; Bernard Davis: drums; Fab: synth programming; Jerry Brooks: bass; Brian Dunne: drums; Jim Hynes: flugelhorn; Michael Davis: trombone; Larry Saltzman: guitars.


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