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Bring It On by Ron Horton

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Album Title: Everything In A Dream
Label: Fresh Sound New Talent
Released: 2006

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The music on this cd was composed and/or arranged by me within the last two years and was developed in a series of concerts hosted by the Jazz Composers Collective at The Jazz Standard and other venues around New York City. Personnel: Ron Horton, trumpet and flugelhorn John O'Gallagher, alto sax Tony Malaby, tenor sax Frank Kimbrough, piano Mike Sarin, drums Masa Kamaguchi, bass John Hebert, bass Recorded, mixed and mastered by Michael Marciano at Systems Two Recording, Brooklyn, NY June-August 2005

Track Listing

Yellow Violet; Bring It On/Phoenix; Saint Ita's Vision; Everything In A Dream; Lua Cheia Sobre Lisboa / Did-it, Did-it, Did-it; Sintra Breeze; Grovellin'; Lamento d'Arianna.

Personnel

Ron Horton
Ron Horton

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Additional Personnel

Ron Horton: trumpet and flugelhorn; John O'Gallagher: alto saxophone; Tony Malaby: tenor saxophone; Frank Kimbrough: piano; Mike Sarin: drums; Masa Kamaguchi: bass; John Hebert: bass.

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March 19, 2008

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