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The Omni-American Book Club / My Journey Through Literature in Music

The Omni-American Book Club / My Journey Through Literature in Music by Brian Lynch buy album

Brian Lynch

Label: Hollistic MusicWorks
Released: 2019
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Track Listing

CD1: Crucible for Crisis; The Struggle Is in Your Name; Affective Affinities; The Trouble with Elysium; Inevitability and Eternity; Tribute to Blue (Mitchell). CD2: Opening Up; Africa My Land; Woody Shaw; The Struggle Is in Your Name (extended version); Woody Shaw (extended version).

Personnel

Brian Lynch
Brian Lynch

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Additional Personnel / Information

Brian Lynch: leader, composer, arranger, trumpet; Michael Dudley: trumpet; Jean Caze: trumpet; Jason Charos: trumpet; Alec Aldred: trumpet; Tom Kelley: alto, soprano sax, flute; David Leon: alto sax, flute, clarinet; Gary Keller: tenor, soprano sax, flute, clarinet; Chris Thompson-Taylor: tenor sax, clarinet; Mike Brignola: baritone sax, bass clarinet; Dante Luciani: trombone; Carter Key: trombone; Steven Robinson: trombone; John Kricker: bass trombone; Alex Brown: piano; Lowell Ringel: bass; Boris Kozlov: electric bass; Kyle Swan: drums; Murph Aucamp: percussion; Little Johnny Rivero: percussion (1:5, 2:2). Guest artists: Dafnis Prieto: drums (1:1); Orlando “Maraca” Valle: flute (1:1); Donald Harrison: alto sax (1:2, 2:4); Regina Carter: violin (C1:3); David Liebman: soprano sax (1:4); Jim Snidero: alto sax (1:6).


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