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The Chick Corea Songbook

The Chick Corea Songbook by The Manhattan Transfer buy album

The Manhattan Transfer

Label: Four Quarters Entertainment
Released: 2009
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Track Listing

Free Samba; Prelude; Spain (I Can Recall); One Step Closer (The One step); Children's Song #15; 500 Miles High; Another Roadside Attraction (Space Circus); Time's Lie; La Chanson Du Bebe (Children's Song #1); Ragtime in Pixiland (Pixiland Rag); The Story of Anna & Armando (Armando's Rhumba); Free Samba (Extended version).

Personnel

The Manhattan Transfer
The Manhattan Transfer

voice / vocals

Additional Personnel / Information

Tim Hauser: vocals; Janis Siegel: vocals; Alan Paul: vocals; Cheryl Bentyne: vocals; Chick Corea: Yamaha Motif XS8; Yaron Gershovsky: Fender Rhodes, programming; Gary Wicks: electric bass; Steve Hass: drums; Alex Acuna: percussion; Fred Hersch: piano; John Hebert: acoustic bass; Billy Drummond: drums; John Benitez: electric bass; Vince Cherico: drums; Mike Pinella: trumpet; Robert Rodriguez: trumpet; Conrad Herwig: trombone; Ronnie Cuber: baritone sax; Luisito Quintero: percussion, congas, timbales; Bais Haus: synthesizer, drum programming; Christian McBride: acoustic bass; Joe Passaro: marimba; Lou Marni: flute, alto flute; Ramon Stagnero: acoustic guitar.


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