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Walking Shadows

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Joshua Redman

Label: Nonesuch Records
Released: 2013
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Track Listing

The Folks Who Live On The Hill; Lush Life; Stop This Train; Adagio; Easy Living; Doll is Mine; Infant Eyes; Let it Be; Final Hour; Last Glimpse of Gotham, Stardust; Let me Down Easy.

Personnel

Joshua Redman
Joshua Redman

saxophone

Additional Personnel / Information

Joshua Redman: saxophones; Brad Mehldau: piano; Larry Grenadier: bass; Brian Blade: drums; Laura Frautschi (Concertmistress), Avril Brown, Christina Courtin, Karen Karlsrud, Ann Leathers, Katherine Livolsi, Landau, Joanna Maurer, Courtney Orlando, Yuri Vodovos: violins; Vincent Lionti, Daniel Panner, Dov Scheindlin: viola; Stephanie Cummins, Eugene Moye, Ellen Westermann: cello; Timothy Cobb: bass; Pamela Sklar: flute; Robert Carlisle: French horn; Conducted by Dan Coleman.


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