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Phil Woods and the DePaul University Jazz Ensemble

Phil Woods, alto saxophone
Jim McNeely, piano (tracks 2, 3 & 10)
Steve Gilmore, bass (tracks 2, 3, & 10)
Bill Goodwin, drums (tracks 2, 3, & 10)

Nick Mazzarella, alto saxophone
Corbin Andrick, alto saxophone & flute
Drew Pierson, tenor saxophone, flute & clarinet
Alex Beltran, tenor saxophone & flute
David Kromelow, baritone saxophone (tracks 1-4, 6, 7 & 10)
Steve Schnall, baritone saxophone & bass clarinet (tracks 5, 8 & 9)
Bryan Tipps, lead trombone
Rachel Levin, trombone
Andrew Hamilton, trombone
Skyler Johnson, bass trombone (tracks 1, 4-9)
David Hagee, bass trombone (tracks 2, 3 & 10)
Chuck Parrish, Lead trumpet & flugelhorn
Ethan Bulak, trumpet & flugelhorn
Tim Bales, trumpet & flugelhorn (tracks 1-4, 6, 7 & 10)
Scott Dickinson, trumpet & flugelhorn
kazumasa Terashima, trumpet & flugelhorn
Joe Clark, trumpet & flugelhorn (tracks 5, 8 & 9)
Justin Thomas, vibraphone
Terry Bartolotta, guitar
Dan Dufford, piano (tracks 1, 4-9)
Joe Policastro, bass (tracks 1, 4-9)
Nick Kabat, drums (tracks 1, 4-9)

Track List:

1. Brazilian Affair - Preludio (arr. by Mike Pinto)
2. A Child's Blues (arr. by Jim McNeely)
3.Nothing But Soul (arr. by Joe Clark)
4. Randi (arr. Phil Woods)
5. Before I Left (arr. Scott Dickinson)
6. Flowers (arr. Kirk Garrison)
7. Ol' Dude (arr. Phil Woods)
8. Song For Sass (arr. Thomas Matta)
9. Solitude (arr. Phil Woods)
10. Mother Time (arr. Thomas Matta)

All songs are by Phil Woods (Music DuBois - BMI)

DePaul University Jazz Ensemble Director: Bob Lark

Produced by Bob Lark
Recorded October 23, 2008, February 22, 2009, May 15, 2009
studiochicago, Chicago, IL
Engineer: Thomas Miller
Liner Notes: Ira Gitler

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