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The Spirit Music Jamia: Dance of the Infidel

The Spirit Music Jamia: Dance of the Infidel by MeShell NdegeOcello
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MeShell NdegeOcello

Label: Shanachie Records
Released: 2005
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Track Listing

Mu-Min; Al-Falaq 113; Acquarium; Papillon; Dance of the Infidel; The Chosen; Luqman; When Did You Leave Heaven.


Personnel

MeShell NdegeOcello
bass, electric

Additional Personnel / Information

Meshell Ndegeocello: bass (3-5,7), programming (1,3); Oliver Lake: saxophone (1,7); Don Byron: clarinet, bass clarinet (1,7); Joshua Roseman: trombone (1); Michael Cain: piano (2,5-7), keyboards (1,8); Chris Dave: drums (1,4,5,8); Wallace Roney: trumpet (2,7); Did Gutman: keyboards (2,3; programming (3); Brandon Ross: guitar (2,6,7); Gene Lake: drums (2,6); Mino Cinelu: percussion (2,7); Matthew Garrison: bass (2,4,6,7); Sabina: piano, vocals (3); Ron Blake: saxophones (3); Dan Rieser: clay drum (3); Ari Raskin: programming (3); Takuya Nakamura: programming (3); Kenny Garrett: saxophones (2,4,5); Federico Gonzalez Pena: keyboards (4); Oran Coltrane: saxophone (5); Neal Evans: keyboards (5),piano (8); Cassandra Wilson: vocals (6); Gregoire Maret: harmonica (2,7); Jack DeJohnette: drums (7); Pedro Martinez: percussion (7); Yosvany Terry: percussion (7); Lalah Hathaway: vocals (8).


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