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Johnson Jazz Ensemble - If The Count Lived In Johnson download mp3 album
Performer:
Johnson Jazz Ensemble
Album:
If The Count Lived In Johnson
Style:
Big Band
Released:
1975
FLAC vers. size:
1613 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1447 mb
WMA vers. size:
1322 mb
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Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Dues Blues
Written By – Don Sebesky
3:41
A2 Li'l Darlin'
Written By – Neal Hefti
4:47
A3 Who's Sorry Now
Written By – Ted Snyder
2:49
A4 Soft Cell
Written By – Don Sebesky
5:57
B1 Templet
Written By – Torrie Zito
2:46
B2 Satin Doll
Written By – Billy Strayhorn, Duke Ellington
4:46
B3 Look For The Silver Lining
Written By – Jerome Kern
3:14
B4 Charter Jazz Suite
Written By – Bill Holcombe

Credits

  • Alto Saxophone – Eduardo Wolle
  • Alto Saxophone, Producer – Deborah McNall
  • Baritone Saxophone – Patrick Roberge
  • Bass Guitar – Robin Canter
  • Design – Ann Lynch
  • Drums – Trevor Davis
  • Engineer, Remix – Michael Couture
  • Flute – Jenny Blackman, Penny Gowey
  • Guitar – John Allen
  • Management – Patti Booream
  • Photography – Ted Creighton
  • Piano – Michael Gaydos
  • Tenor Saxophone – Corinne Martin, Dennis Taylor
  • Trombone – Neil Sirman
  • Trumpet – Donald Swinchoski, Judy Paulette, Randall Schievella, Todd Morin
  • Tuba – Tim Foley