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The Big Band Side of Andrew Neu

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Andrew Neu

Label: Cgn Records
Released: 2018
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Track Listing

Juggernaut; Zebrano; Catwalk; Body and Soul; My Dear; What Is This Thing Called Love; Wasamba; Too Much Of a Good Thing; Cinema Paradiso; Blue Sesame; Alpha Dog.

Personnel

Andrew Neu
Andrew Neu

saxophone

Additional Personnel / Information

Andrew Neu: leader, composer, arranger, tenor sax, flute, alto flute; Anthony Bonsera: trumpet; Jeff Jarvis: trumpet; Jamie Hovorka: trumpet; Mike Stever: trumpet; Jeff Driskill: alto sax; Dan Kaneyuki: alto sax; Vince Trombetta: tenor sax; Ken Fisher: baritone sax; Stephanie O’Keefe: horn (3); Andrew Lippman: trombone; Paul Young: trombone; Charlie Morillas: trombone; Dave Ryan: trombone; Steve Hughes: bass trombone; Andy Langham: piano; Matt Hornbeck: guitar; Craig Fundyga: vibraphone (3); David Hughes: bass; Jamey Tate: drums, percussion. Guest artists – Randy Brecker: trumpet (2); Bob Mintzer: tenor sax (4); Eric Marienthal: alto sax (5); Wayne Bergeron: trumpet (7); Brian Bromberg: piccolo bass (7), electric bass (11); Gordon Goodwin: tenor sax (8); Rick Braun: trumpet (9).


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