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Stanton Kessler
Skywatcher

Skywatcher CD cover.

Tracks
01 – Dave's place
02 – Airbourne
03 – Jim's delight
04 – Juggernaut
05 – Gratitude
06 – Remnant
07 – Skywatcher
08 – So large
09 – R & B drums
10 – For all seasons

Length: 65:43
All compositions by Stanton Kessler.

Musicians
— Playground —
Tracks 1, 5 and 10
Stanton Kessler: trumpet and flugelhorn
Roger Wilder: piano
Bob Bowman: bass
Todd Strait: drums

— Crossroads Quartet —
Tracks 2, 3 and 4
Stanton Kessler: trumpet and flugelhorn
Andrew Ouellette: piano
Karl McComas-Reichl: bass
Brian Steever: drums

— Parallax —
Tracks 6, 7 and 8
(Ryan Lee and Brian Steever on track 9)
Stanton Kessler: trumpet and flugelhorn
Roger Wilder: piano
Bill McKemy: bass
Ryan Lee: drums [right channel]
Brian Steever: drums [left channel]

Special Guests
Matt Otto: tenor sax on track 3
Dave Chael: tenor sax on track 7

Sample Track
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Website: www.stantonkessler.com
Record label: Artists Recording Collective
Distribution: CDBaby, iTunes, and Spotify.

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El Eco with Guillermo Nojechowicz
Puerto de Buenos Aires 1933

Puerto de Buenos Aires 1933 CD cover.

Tracks
01 – Milonga para los niños
02 – Trains
03 – Europe 1933
04 – Puerto de Buenos Aires
05 – Berimbao's baby
06 – The unknown road
07 – I loved you too
08 – The possibility of change
09 – Bebe
10 – Friday night mambo

Length: 58:18
All tracks written by Guillermo Nojechowicz except track 8 (Fernando Huergo) and track 9 (Hermeto Pascoal).

Musicians
Hélio Alves: piano
Fernando Huergo: bass
Kim Nazarian: vocals and percussion
Marco Pignataro: tenor and soprano saxes
Brian Lynch: trumpet
Guillermo Nojechowicz: drums, percussion and vocals

Guests
Franco Pinna: bombo legüero and percussion
Roberto Cassan: accordion
Megumi Stohs Lewis: violin
Ethan Wood: violin
Sarah Darling: viola
Leo Eguchi: cello
Nando Michelin: string arrangements

Sample Track
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Website: www.elecomusic.com
Record label: ZOHO Music



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