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The Road Less Traveled

The Road Less Traveled by Knoxville Jazz Orchestra buy album

Knoxville Jazz Orchestra

Label: Blue Canoe Records
Released: 2019
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Track Listing

Rhythm-A-Ning; Grew's Tune; What The World Needs Now; The Peacocks; Tumbling Tumbleweeds; The Road Less Traveled; Back Down In Lu Easy Anna; The Tennessee Waltz; Woody'N You; Monk's Mood; Ask Me Now; At Last

Personnel

Additional Personnel / Information

Vance Thompson: director, co-producer; Tommy Sauter: bass; Keith Brown: drums; Mark Tucker: woodwinds; David King: woodwinds; Bernell Jones: alto saxophone; Greg Tardy: tenor saxophone; Will Boyd: woodwinds; Tom Johnson: woodwinds; Alex Thompson: clarinet; Michael Wyatt: trumpet; Stewart Cox: trumpet; Tom Fox: trumpet; Michael Spirko: trumpet; Kevin Williams: trumpet; Tom Lundberg: trombone; Don Hough: trombone; Chris MacTavish: trombone; Brad McDougall: trombone; Donald Brown: co- producer; Paul Jones: recording engineer; Mischa Goldman: recording engineer; Tom Backus: mixing engineer; Bob Katz: mastering engineer; Thomas Heflin: graphic design, trumpet; Eric Reed: piano; Bill Swann: piano


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