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Transitions (Marcus Shelby)

Transitions (Marcus Shelby) by The Marcus Shelby Jazz Orchestra buy album

The Marcus Shelby Jazz Orchestra

Label: MSO Records
Released: 2019
Views: 202

Track Listing

Remember Rockefeller; On a Turquoise Cloud; Begin the Beguine; Lullaby of Birdland; Solitude; It's Alright with Me; Transitions I (Pittsburgh); Transitions II (New York); Barnstormin (Chicago); Black Ball Swing (Kansas City); Mood Indigo


Additional Personnel / Information

James Mahone, alto 1/flute; Tom Griesser, alto 2/sax; Patrick Wolff, tenor 1/clarinet; Danny Brown, tenor 2/sax; Fil Lorenz, bariton/sax; Mitch Butler, trombone 1; Rob Ewing, trombone 2; Charles Hamilton, trombone 3; Bill Thereur, trumpet 1; Bill Ortiz, trumpet 2; Rafa Postel, trumpet 3; Mike Olmos, trumpet 4 ("Kansas City" only); Matt Clark, piano; Jeff Marrs, drums; Tiffany Austin, vocals; Mads Tolling, violin; Marcus Shelby, bass/conductor


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