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Stones World: Rolling Stones Project II

Stones World: Rolling Stones Project II by Tim Ries
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Tim Ries

Label: Sunnyside Records
Released: 2008
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Track Listing

CD1: Baby Break It Down; Under My Thumb; Hey Negrita; No Expectations; Miss You; Fool To Cry; You Can't Always Get What You Want; Brown Sugar; Salt Of The Earth. CD2: Jumpin' Jack Flash; Angie; A Funky Number; Lady Jane.


Personnel

Tim Ries
saxophone

Additional Personnel / Information

Tim Ries: alto, tenor and soprano saxophones, piano; Charlie Watts: drums (CD1#3-6,8); Keith Richards: guitar (CD1#1, CD2#3); Mick Jagger: harmonica (CD1#3); Ronnie Wood: guitar, lap steel (CD1#3); Adam Rogers: guitar (solo during song) (CD2#1); African Tuareg group Tidawt: Hasso Akotey: vocals, guitar (CD1#3); Alhassane Foungounou: percussion (CD1#3); Ana Moura: vocals (CD1#4,8); Antonio Suarez: cajon (CD2#1); Austin Peralta: Fender Rhodes (CD1#1, CD2#3); Badal Roy: tablas (CD1#9, CD2#2); Ben Monder: guitar (CD1#9, CD2#2); Bernard Fowler: vocals (CD1#1,3,5,6); Bill Frisell: guitar (CD1#7); Brad Dutz: percussion (CD1#3); Brian Lynch: trumpet (CD1#2); Chuck Leavell: piano (CD1#3,8); Clarence Penn: drums (CD2#2); Conrad Herwig: trombine (CD1#2); Custodio Castelo: Portuguese guitar (CD1#4,8); Dave Carpenter: bass (CD1#3); Eddie Palmieri: piano (CD1#2); Fatima El Shibli: vocals (Arabic, German, French) (CD1#9); Fe: rapper (English) (CD1#9); Felix Bloxum: percussion (CD1#3); Franck Amsallem: piano (CD1#5-6); Frederick Favarell: guitar (CD1#5-6); Gastao Villeroy: bass (CD2#4); Gonzalo Grau: piano-cajon, palmas (CD2#1); Gary Versace: accordion (CD1#6); Gregory Hutchinson: drums (CD1#9, CD2#2); Herman Olivera: vocals(CD1#2); Jack DeJohnette: drums (CD1#7); James Genus: bass (CD1#7); Jasia Ries: vocals (English) (CD1#9); Jay Anderson: bass (CD2#1); John Patitucci: bass (CD1#9, CD2#2); Jordi Bonell: electric guitar (CD1#8); Jorge Fernando: acoustic guitar (CD1#4,8); Jose M. Bandera: flamenco guitar (CD2#1); Jose Serrano: palmas (CD2#1); Kazumi Watanabe: guitar (CD1#1, CD2#3); Kenji Hino: bass (CD1#1); Kiko Continentino: piano (CD2#4); Kiyohiko Semba: percussion (CD1#1, CD2#2); Larry Goldings: organ (CD1#1,7, CD2#3); Lincoln Cheib: drums (CD2#4); Lisa Fischer: vocals (CD2#1); Little Johnny Rivero: bongo, bells (CD1#2); Lynne Richburg: viola (CD1#3); Magos Herrera: vocals (Spanish, Portuguese) (CD1#9); Marc Miralta: percusion (CD1#4,8); Marco Lobo: percussion (CD2#4); Marina Machado: vocals (CD2#4); Mario Montoya: flamenco guitar (CD2#1); Michael Davis: trombone (CD1#5,7, CD2#2,4); Miguel de la Tolea (2nd flamenco vocalist) (CD2#1); Mike Holober: piano (CD1#9, CD2#2); Milton Nascimento: lead vocals, vocals (CD2#4); Minako Yoshida: vocals (CD1#1); Odeya Nini: vocals (Hebrew) (CD1#9); Oumara Almoctar:vocals, guitar(CD1#3); Pedro Martinez: congas (CD1#2); Robby Ameen: drums (CD1#2); Ruben Rodriguez: bass (CD1#2); Sara Baras: flamenco dancer (CD2#1); Saul Quiros: (1st flamenco vocalist) (CD2#1); Stacey Shames: harp (CD1#9); Tal Bergman: drums (CD1#1, CD2#3); Terumasa Hino: trumpet (CD2#3); Thomas Bramerie: bass (CD1#4-6,8); Will Lopes: electric guitar, 10 string guitar (CD2#4).


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