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Kinshasa by Ted Brancato

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Album Title: The Next Step
Label: Origin Records
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Fiona's Comments

Top notch, stellar cast. Bright, perky number. Hardly going to be weak with all these guys.

About the Album

After 30 years as a pianist/composer/songwriter/arranger around New York City, and touring the world with singers such as Gene McDaniels, Dee Daniels, and Jeanie Bryson, Seattle native Ted Brancato distills his experiences into this, his debut album. Ted Brancato: piano, synthesizer; Ron Carter: bass; Terry Silverlight: drums; Matt Langley: saxophone; Mayra Casales: percussion; Woody Allen: acoustic & electric guitars; Carri Coltrane: acoustic guitar; Chris Amelar: Electric Guitar; Cliff Schmitt: Electric Bass; Vinnie Cutro: trumpet; Ben Williams: trombone.

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September 13, 2013

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