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In The Doghouse by Chris Walden

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Album Title: No Bounds
Label: Origin Records
Released: 2006

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Walden's follow up to his 2005 Grammy-nominated release "Home of My Heart," is another triumph of the big band idiom. Featuring once again the vocals of Tierney Sutton, the lead trumpet of Wayne Bergeron, as well as solos Brandon Fields, TillBronner, and many more top- flight Los Angeles musicians, "No Bounds" breadth of musical styles, lush cinematic sweep, and perpetual swing will apeal to all music lovers.

Track Listing

Winter Games; When You Wish Upon a Star; No Bounds; People Will Say We

Personnel

Chris Walden
Chris Walden

arranger

Additional Personnel

Chris Walden: composer, arranger, conductor, drum synth programming; Wayne Bergeron, Kye Palmer, Ron King, Carl Saunders, Kevin Richardson, Till Br

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Date featured

July 21, 2006

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