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The Vinny Golia Octet: Music for Baritone Saxophone

The Vinny Golia Octet: Music for Baritone Saxophone by Vinny Golia
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Vinny Golia

Label: Nine Winds Records
Released: 2011
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Track Listing

The Return Of The Post-Marathon Man; Prologue; Mr & Mrs Sam Wells Check Into The Hotel In Bombay; You Don't Like Beethoven; And These People Drive Too ! (Subterranean); Velature; Answer; Coined The Word Boheeka; Attack Of The People Named Frank Johnson; An Anticipation Of Only Catastrophe; Swing Plane.


Vinny Golia

Additional Personnel / Information

Vinny Golia: baritone saxophone, tubax; Brian Walsh: e-flat, bass clarinet; Gavin Templeton: alto saxophone; Dan Rosenboom: trumpet; George McMullen: trombone, bass trombone; Alex Noyce: electric guitar, effects; Ken Filiano: acoustic bass, effects; Matt Mayhall: drums.


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