Ryan Middagh | Colorado Brew (feat. Jeff Coffin & Tom Giampietro)

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Colorado Brew (feat. Jeff Coffin & Tom Giampietro)

by Ryan Middagh

Genre: Jazz: Traditional Jazz Combo
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1. Oskar Blues (feat. Jeff Coffin & Tom Giampietro)
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10:42 album only
2. Easy Street (feat. Jeff Coffin & Tom Giampietro)
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7:41 album only
3. Common Ground (feat. Jeff Coffin & Tom Giampietro)
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7:16 album only
4. Chunkin Pumpkin (feat. Jeff Coffin & Tom Giampietro)
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5:25 album only
5. Yeti (feat. Jeff Coffin & Tom Giampietro)
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8:07 album only
6. Lips of Faith (feat. Jeff Coffin & Tom Giampietro)
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7:29 album only
7. Master Thief (feat. Jeff Coffin & Tom Giampietro)
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6:43 album only
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Album Notes
Ryan Middagh, Baritone Saxophone and Composer
Jeff Coffin, Tenor Saxophone
David Moore, Trumpet (tracks 2 and 4)
Jordan Skomal, Trumpet, Flugelhorn, and Clapping (tracks 1, 3, 5)
Cory Swift, Trumpet (tracks 1, 6, and 8)
Adam Bartcazk, Trombone
Karl Markgraf, Guitar
Ben Markley, Piano
Myles Sloniker, Bass
Tom Giampietro, Drums
Brian Claxton, Auxiliary Percussion (tracks 1, 3, 4, and 5)
Mary Claxton, Auxiliary Percussion and Clapping (tracks 1, 3 and 5)
Ian Sawyer, Clapping (track 1)

Greg Heimbecker, Sound Engineer


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