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Rice by Heidi Martin

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Label: Self Produced
Released: 2005

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Fiona's Comments

Beautiful. Puts a fire in your belly. RICE.

About the Album

Rice was recorded at Saul Rubin Zebulon light studios in 05.

Personnel

Heidi Martin-Johnson: vocals, piano, composer; Eric Revis: electric and upright bass; Dana Murray: drums, producer; Gregoire Maret: harmonica; Orrin Evans: piano; Kahlil Kwame Bell: percussion; Jamal Brown: flute; James Hurt: B3, rhodes; Thor Madsen: guitar; Badal Roy: tablas; horn section Sherman Irby: alto sax; Vincent Gardner: trombone; Sean Edmonds: trumpet.

Track Listing

Black Gandhi; Ism; Memphis; Workin' Harder; Rice; Why Do I ? (Hide); Peaceful; Trading Glances; Your Life; Wanna Be; Mayflower; I Wanna Comfort You; My Father Left Us For The Moon.

Personnel

Heidi Martin
Heidi Martin

voice / vocals

Additional Personnel

Heidi Martin: vocals, piano, composer; Eric Revis: electric and upright bass; Dana Murray: drums; Gregoire Maret: harmonica; Orrin Evans: piano; Kahlil Kwame Bell: percussion; Jamal Brown: flute; James Hurt: B3, Rhodes; Thor Madsen: guitar; Badal Roy: tablas.

Reviews

  • Hide by C. Michael Bailey

Date featured

October 9, 2013

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