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Thought Trains

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Mike Holober

Label: Sons of Sound
Released: 2004
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Track Listing

1. Jump Down, Spin Around 11:35; 2. Big Sky 10:11; 3 Waltz Medium 7:43; 4. Thought Trains 6:38; 5. Form X Mood Holober 6:34; 6. Let's Get Nice 9:07; 7. Heart of the Matter 11:37; 8. I Can See My Desk from Here 6:15

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Mike Holober (piano, composer, arranger); Dave Pietro (alto and soprano saxophones, flute, piccolo), Jon Gordon (alto saxophone, flute, clarinet); Tim Ries (tenor/soprano saxophones, clarinet); Charles Pillow (tenor saxophone, oboe, flute, clarinet); Steve Kenyon (baritone saxophone, bass clarinet); Tony Kadleck (trumpet, flugelhorn); Scott Wendholt (trumpet, flugelhorn); Craig Johnson (trumpet, flugelhorn); Joe Magnarelli (trumpet, flugelhorn); Bruce Eidem (trombone); Pat Hallaran (trombone); Pete McGuinness (trombone); Nathan Durham (bass trombone); Eise Anshuetz (French horn); Dave Gilmore (guitar); Ron Carter (bass); John Riley (drums)


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