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Live! Songbook Watch Party with Dominick Farinacci

Special Memorial Day episode of Songbook Watch Party with host Dominick Farinacci.


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Remembering Mark Murphy by Nancy Kelly

From the album

Album Title: Remembering Mark Murphy
Subcat Records
Released: 2019

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About the Album

"Nancy Kelly's tribute to Mark Murphy is a wonderful remembrance and dedication to one of the jazz world's greatest vocalists. Each track brings something new to the table. It's a heartfelt effort that I was proud to be a part of, having known and toured with Mark, and played on a couple of his albums". —Randy Brecker

Track Listing

Empty Faces (Vera Cruz); Song For The Geese; Again I’m Glad There Is You; Red Clay; Night Mood; Stolen Moments; Sunday In New York; This Could Be The Start Of Something Big.

Personnel

Nancy Kelly
Nancy Kelly

voice / vocals

Additional Personnel

Nancy Kelly - vocals; John di Martino - piano; Randy Brecker - trumpet, flugelhorn; Bobby Militello - soprano, alto, flute; Paul Bollenback - electric guitar; Paul Meyers - acoustic guitar; Ed Howard - electric & acoustic bass; Carmen Intorre, Jr. - drums, percussion.

Date featured

June 17, 2019

This track appears by permission of the contributing artist and/or record company.
It is for personal use only; no other rights are granted or implied.

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