Howard Rumsey's Lighthouse All-Stars: Jazz Invention (40th Anniversary Reunion Concert), Tape
Howard Rumsey's Lighthouse All-Stars: Jazz Invention (40th Anniversary Reunion Concert), Tape
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Howard Rumsey's Lighthouse All-Stars
Jazz Invention (40th Anniversary Reunion Concert)

  • Compact Cassette
  • United States
  • Contemporary Records
  • (5C-14051)
  • 8 Tracks
  • UPC 025218145145
  • M / M
  • virgin
  • sealed

tracks

A1

Jazz Invention

Written By
4:14
A2

Bernie's Tune

Written By
5:24
A3

Lover Man

Written By
6:06
A4

Woody'n You

Written By
6:37
B1

Softly, As In A Morning Sunrise

Written By
5:20
B2

That Old Feeling

Written By
4:29
B3

Broadway

Written By
6:34
B4

Gee Baby, Ain't I Good To You

Written By
4:24

Credits

Acoustic Bass
  • Monty Budwig
Alto Saxophone
  • Bud Shank
Arranged By
  • Bob Cooper
Art Direction
  • Phil Carroll
Design
  • Jamie Putnam
Drums
  • John Guerin
Edited By
  • Bill Lightner
Engineer
  • John Eargle
  • Erik Blank
Liner Notes
  • Ken Poston
  • Sleepy Stein
Mastered By
  • George Horn
Photography By
  • William Claxton
Piano
  • Claude Williamson
Producer
  • Ralph Jungheim
  • Ken Poston
Tenor Saxophone
  • Bob Cooper
Conductor
  • Bob Cooper
Trumpet
  • Conte Candoli
Valve Trombone
  • Bob Enevoldsen

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