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Son Of Folk Songs For Jazzers

Son Of Folk Songs For Jazzers by Frank Macchia buy album

Frank Macchia

Label: Cacophony
Released: 2010
Duration: 01:10:21
Views: 2,976

Track Listing

Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star; Careless Love; Three Jazzy Blind Mice; Itsy Bitsy Spider; Work Songs Medley; Silver Dagger; Three Cool Blind Mice; Cindy/Li'l Liza Jane; Billie Boy; Frankie and Johnny; This Old Man; The Boating Medley.

Personnel

Frank Macchia
Frank Macchia

composer/conductor

Additional Personnel / Information

Valerie King: piccolo, flute, bass flute; Sal Lozano: alto sax, alto flute, bass flute, clarinet, contra alto clarinet; Bob Shepard: soprano sax, tenor sax, flute, clarinet, bass clarinet; Frank Macchia: tenor sax,flute, bass flute, clarinet, alto clarinet contra bass clarinet, melodica, organ, vocal (11); Jay Mason: baritone sax; soprano sax, bass flute, clarinet, bass clarinet, contra bass clarinet, English horn; Wayne Bergeron: trumpet, flugelhorn; Alex Iles: trombone, baritone horn; Kevin Poter: trombone, bass trombone, baritone horn; Bil Reichenbach: trombone, baritone horn,bass trumpet, tuba; Tom Ranier: piano; Gram Geissman:: electric guitar: Trey Henry: bass; Peter Erskine: drums, motivation; Michael Hatfield: vibraphone, bass marimba, xylophone, glockenspiel, tamborine, shaker; Tierney Sutton: vocal (6); Ellis Hall: vocal (2).

Album Description

A continuation of the Folk Songs FOr Jazzers concept. Frank used the same crew to make another album of wild & crazy folk songs!


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