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Two Music: It Don't Mean a Thing, If It...

Two Music: It Don't Mean a Thing, If It... by Jay Saunders buy album

Jay Saunders

Label: Unt Jazz
Released: 2015
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Track Listing

Disc 1 -- Bitter Jug; The Madland; Terell’s Song; I Didn’t Know What Time It Was; Vaguely Reminiscent; Detour Ahead; Five’ll Getcha Ten; Lament. Disc 2 -- Nardis; You Must Believe in Spring; J&B; Inner Urge; The Rat Race; Ballet of the Bouncing Beagles; Love Matters the Most; Del Sasser; E-Ticket.

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Jay Saunders: director; Andrew Bezik: trumpet; Joshua Kauffman: trumpet; Rick Moose: trumpet; John Hallman: trumpet; Daniel Matthews: trumpet; Julian Sutherland, Jonathan Mones, Ted Davis, Ian Henderson, Seth Ely: saxophones; Jessica Young: horn; Kennedy Powers: trombone; Matt Carrigan: trombone; Jake Macary: trombone; Freddy Ouellette: trombone; Kenny Davis: trombone; Damian Garcia: piano; Brad Young Chan Kang: guitar; Jake Greenberg: bass; Lupe Barrera: drums, percussion; Nick Rothouse: percussion; Emily Davis: vocals; Marion Powers: vocals. Disc 2, Track 6 only (2009 Lab Band) —Thomas Davis: trumpet; Micah Bell: trumpet; Preston Haining: trumpet; Peter Brewer: trumpet; Dan Cron: trumpet; Brett McDonald, Adam Robertson, Dustin Mallick, Ben Bohorquez, Chris Reza: saxophones; Sean Nelson: trombone; Hiroshi Wada: trombone; Austin Short: trombone; Jon Gauer: trombone; Sean Casey: trombone; Sean Giddings: piano; Scott Kruser: guitar; Jacob Smith: bass; Duran Ritz: drums.


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