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Tales Of Wonder: A Jazz Celebration Of Stevie

Label: Posi-Tone Records
Released: 2020
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Track Listing

Send One Your Love: Works For Me; My Cherie Amour: Jon Davis; Superwoman: Theo Hill; You And I: Idle Hands; You Haven't Done Nothin': Jared Gold; The Secret Life Of Plants: Diego Rivera; All In Love Is Fair: Farnell Newton; Visions: Out To Dinner.

Personnel

Works For Me

band/orchestra

Jon Davis
Jon Davis

piano

Theo Hill
Theo Hill

piano

Idle Hands

band/orchestra

Jared Gold
Jared Gold

organ, Hammond B3

Diego Rivera
Diego Rivera

saxophone

Out To Dinner

band/orchestra

Additional Personnel / Information

Alexa Tarantino: alto sax; Tony Davis: guitar; Caili O'Doherty: piano; Adi Meyerson: bass; Joe Strasser: drums; Ugonna Okegwo: bass; Jochen Rueckert: drums; Rashaan Carter: electric bass; Mark Whitfield Jr.: drums; Will Bernard: guitar; Behn Gillece: vibraphone; Sam Dillon: tenor saxophone; Art Hirahara: piano; Boris Kozlov: bass; Donald Edwards: drums; Dave Stryker: guitar; Mark Ferber: drums; Helen Sung: piano; Brian Charette: organ; Rudy Royston: drums.


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