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Virtual Birdland

Virtual Birdland by Arturo O'Farrill
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Arturo O'Farrill

Label: Zoho Music
Released: 2021
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Track Listing

Gulab Jamon; Pouvoir; Desert; Nightfall; Ana Mashoof; Samba for Carmen; Alafia; En la Oscuridad; Cimarron; Para Los Rumberos.


Personnel

Seneca Black
trumpet
Bryan Davis
trumpet
Walter Cano
trumpet
Kai Sandoval
trumpet
Alejandro Aviles
saxophone, alto
Adison Evans
saxophone, baritone
Roman Filiu
saxophone, alto
Ivan Renta
saxophone
Jasper Dutz
saxophone, tenor
Jeremy Powell
saxophone
Livio Almeida
saxophone
Rafi Malkiel
trombone
Xito Lovell
trombone
Ben Barnett
trombone

Additional Personnel / Information

Earl McIntyre: bass trombone, tuba; James Rogers: bass trombone; Bam Bam Rodriguez, Vince Cherico, Keisel Jimenez, Carly Maldonaldo: rhythm. Special guests—Malika Zarra: voice (2); Gili Sharett: bassoon (2); Ghazi Faisal Al-Mulaifi: guitar, voice (5); Boom Diwan (Sulaiman Mayouf Mejalli, Abdulaziz Al-Hamli, Abdulwahab Al-Hamli, Khaled Bunashi, Ghanem Salem: percussion (5); Paquito D’Rivera: alto sax (6); Richard Miller: guitar (6); Everton Isidoro: cuica, pandeiro, caxixi (6, 7); Gustavo Di Dalva: atabaque (7).


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