Why Not Now

Why Not Now by Ray Russell
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Ray Russell

Label: Angel Air
Released: 2004
Views: 864

Track Listing

Outland; Prelude 1; Pour Me a Fish; Blue Shoes - No Dance; Lunday Island; The Pan Piper; Childscape; Point Perfect; Prelude 2; If Only; Murmurs in Reverse; Sketches of Gil
Bonus Tracks: Avian; No Step; Snow (A Passing Phase); A Table Near the Band


Personnel

Ray Russell
guitar, electric

Additional Personnel / Information

Ray Russell (electric guitar, acoustic guitar, classical guitar, tenor guitar, guitar synth, keyboards, percussion, piano, kalimba, log drum), Mark Isham (trumpet, flugelhorn, keyboards), Mo Foster (bass guitar, fretless bass, 5-string bass, double-bass), Frank Ricotti (percussion), Tony Hymas (piano, bass synthesizer), Gil Evans (Fender Rhodes piano), Simon Phillips (drums), Ray Warleigh (bass clarinet), Stuart Brooks (trumpet), Tommy Eyre (keyboards), Iain Ballamy (tenor saxophone), Gary Kettel (percussion), Tony Roberts (soprano saxophone), George Stanley Baldwin (rattle, shaker)


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