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Wonder: The Songs Of Stevie Wonder

Wonder: The Songs Of Stevie Wonder by SFJAZZ Collective buy album

SFJAZZ Collective

Label: SFJAZZ
Released: 2012
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Track Listing

1. Superstition – Stevie Wonder (arranged by Miguel Zenón*) 07:04; 2. Visions – Stevie Wonder (arranged by Stefon Harris) 06:07; 3. Race Babbling – Stevie Wonder (arranged by Robin Eubanks) 10:19; 4. Creepin' – Stevie Wonder (arranged by Matt Penman) 07:22; 5. Sir Duke – Stevie Wonder (arranged by Avishai Cohen) 8:24; 6. Blame It On The Sun – Stevie Wonder (arranged by Mark Turner) 7:11; 7. Do I Do – Stevie Wonder (arranged by Eric Harland**) 06:07; 8. My Cherie Amour – Stevie Wonder (arranged by Edward Simon***) 09:07.

Personnel

SFJAZZ Collective
SFJAZZ Collective

band/orchestra

Additional Personnel / Information

Miguel Zenón (alto saxophone), Mark Turner (tenor saxophone), Avishai Cohen (trumpet), Robin Eubanks (trombone), Stefon Harris (vibraphone), Edward Simon (piano), Matt Penman (bass), and Eric Harland (drums).


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