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Stan Kenton Alumni Band: Have Band, Will Travel (Live)

Stan Kenton Alumni Band: Have Band, Will Travel (Live) by Mike Vax buy album

Mike Vax

Label: Summit Records
Released: 2010
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Track Listing

The New Intermission Riff; Softly As I Leave You; El Viento Caliente; Long Ago and Far Away; Artemis & Apollo; Five & Dime; This Could Be the Start of Something Big; Our Garden; Swing House; Tonight; Joint Tenancy; Invitation; The Shadow of Your Smile; Crescent City Stomp; Crescent City Stomp (radio edit).

Personnel

Mike Vax
Mike Vax

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Additional Personnel / Information

Mike Vax, leader, trumpet, fluegelhorn; Dennis Noday, trumpet, fluegelhorn; Paul Von Adam, trumpet, fluegelhorn; Steve Huffsteter, trumpet, fluegelhorn, arranger; Don Rader, trumpet, fluegelhorn; Roy Wiegand, trombone; Dale DeVoe, trombone, arranger; Scott Whitfield, trombone, vocals, arranger; Kenny Shroyer, bass trombone; Mike Suter, bass trombone, tuba; Kim Richmond, alto sax, soprano sax, flute, arranger; Keith Kaminski, alto sax, baritone sax, flute; Pete Gallio, tenor sax, flute; Alex Murzyn, tenor sax, flute, clarinet; Joel Kaye, baritone sax, bass sax, alto flute, bass flute, arranger; Liz Sesler-Beckman, piano; Chris Symer, bass; Gary Hobbs, drums; Dee Huffsteter, percussion; Ginger Berglund, vocals.


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