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What’s to Come

What’s to Come by Miguel de Armas buy album

Miguel de Armas

Label: MDA Productions
Released: 2018
Views: 434

Track Listing

Yasmina; A Song From My Little Son; La Dama y el Perro; His Bass and Him; Pam Pim Pam Pum; Illusion; What’s to Come; Rumba on Kent; Tango Asuncion; Freddie’s Drink.

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Additional Personnel / Information

Miguel de Armas: piano and keyboards; Michel Mendrano: drums and percussion; Marc Decho: bass (2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 9); Arien Villegas: congas (5); Alexis Baro: trumpet and flugelhorn; Roberto Riveron: bass (1); Carlitos Medrano: congas and percussion (1, 3, 5, 8, 10); Mathiew Senechol: bass (4, 8, 10); Galen Weston: electric guitar (4); Jane Bunnett: soprano saxophone (7).


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