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The Future Ain't What It Used to Be

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Dan Bonsanti

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2018
Views: 542

Track Listing

Armando’s Rhumba; Firewater; Blue Miles; Triste; Dance Cadaverous; Pandamandium; 16 Tons (Give or Take); Seventh Sign; Rice Pudding; Ruth; I’ll Be Seeing You.

Personnel

Dan Bonsanti
Dan Bonsanti

composer/conductor

Additional Personnel / Information

Dan Bonsanti: leader, arranger; Jack Wengrosky: trumpet; Steve Reid: trumpet (2, 7, 10); Cisco Dimas: trumpet (1, 3-6, 8, 9, 11); Ray Chicalo: trumpet; Ed Maina: alto sax, flute, piccolo; Ed Calle: tenor, soprano sax, flute; Neal Bonsanti: tenor sax, English horn, flute, clarinet (1, 3-6, 8, 9, 11); Peter Brewer: baritone sax, bass clarinet, flute; Dante Luciani: trombone; Major Bailey: trombone; Jim Gasior: piano, keyboards; Tom Lippincott: electric guitar; Matt Bonelli: electric bass (1-5, 7, 9-11); Jack Ciano: drums (2-5, 7, 10, 11). Guest artists – Randy Brecker: trumpet (6, 9); Mark Colby: tenor sax (2, 7, 10); Rick Margitza: tenor sax (4, 11); Tim Smith: electric bass (6, 9); Mark Egan: fretless bass (8); Lee Levin: drums (1, 6); Danny Gottlieb: drums (8); Marko Marcinko: drums (9); Richard Bravo: percussion (1, 6).


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