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God Bless The Child

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Fiona's Comments

Being a fan of the NY rock and soul revue keeps the revue bar high. This revue is a light touch, easy listening vocal with memorable sax/trumpet accompaniment.

About the Album

Featuring Gina Saputo on lead vocal, George Kahn Jazz & Blues Revue presents a funky version of God Bless The Child. Courtney Lemmon and Crystal Starr help out on the background vocals. From the album George Kahn Jazz & Blues Revue. As well as jazz pianist George Kahn, renowned musicians Eric Marienthal: sax; Dr. Bobby Rodriguez: trumpet; Lyman Medeiros: bass and M. B. Gordy: drums/percussion, are featured on the album, along with special guests, Pat Kelley: guitar and Chuck Manning:sax.

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October 26, 2015

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