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Symphony Hall, Birmingham, 1991...Playing The Music Of Mike Gibbs And John Scofield.

Symphony Hall, Birmingham, 1991...Playing The Music Of Mike Gibbs And John Scofield. by Mike Gibbs buy album

Mike Gibbs

Label: Dusk Fire
Released: 2018
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Track Listing

CD 1: Lost in Space; Meant To Be; Roses Are Red; Gill B643; Don’t Overdo It; Out Of The Question. CD 2: Pretty Out; Blueprint; Science and Religion; A World Without; Fat Lip.

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Additional Personnel / Information

Mike Gibbs: trombone; John Scofield: guitar; Kenny Wheeler: trumpet, flugelhorn; Stuart Brooks, John Barclay: trumpet; Tony Coe: tenor saxophone; Julian Argüelles: tenor saxophone, soprano saxophone; Chris Pyne: trombone; Dave Stewart: bass trombone, tuba; John Clark, John Rooke: French horn; John Taylor: piano; Steve Swallow: bass guitar, Bill Stewart: drums.


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