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The United States Army Blues Jazz Ensemble: Blues at Thirty-Five

The United States Army Blues Jazz Ensemble: Blues at Thirty-Five by The United State Army Blues Jazz Ensemble
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The United State Army Blues Jazz Ensemble

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Released: 2008
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Track Listing

Disc 1: Cochise; Azure Te; Lester Thinks Twice; Farewell (For My Father); Hmmm...; NOLA's Lament/NOLA's Return (For the People of New Orleans and South Louisiana; Freedom Jazz Dance; Black Sugar; Skylark; What It's Called. Disc 2: Last of the Soul Brothers; Hindustan; West Coast Blues; Time to Leave; Waltz New; Up A Lazy River; Mantis; Verificatin' Blues a la carte; Birdlike; You Are My Sunshine


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CW5 Charles H. Vollherbst, Director; SSG Antonio L. Orta, SSG Bill E. Linney, SFC Joseph D. Henson, MSG John W. DeSalme, SFC David T. Brown, saxophones; SSG Liesl M. Whitaker, SFC Graham E. Breedlove, SFC Mark A. Wood, SFC Kenneth R. Rittenhouse, SGM Craig C. Fraedrich, trumpets; MSG Matthew F. Niess, SFC Harry F. Watters, MSG William L. Holmes, SFC Jeffrey J. Cortazzo, trombones; SGM Anthony W. Nalker, piano; MSG James F. Roberts, guitar; SSG Regan J. Brough, bass; MSG Steve Fidyk, drums.


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