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Not So Unusual Blues

Tyrone Henderson - Not So Unusual Blues

Not So Unusual Blues

Musicians:

Tracks 1-8

  • Tyrone Henderson - vocals
  • David Bindman - reeds
  • Marvin Sewell - guitar
  • Leo Wadada Smith - trumpet
  • Fred Hopkins - bass
  • Mike Sarin - drums
  • Andre Strobert - conga, drums

Tracks 9-11

  • Tyrone Henderson - vocals
  • David Bindman - tenor saxophone
  • Leo Wadada Smith - trumpet
  • Joe Fonda - bass
  • Royal Hartigan - drums

Track list:

  1. Uptown Tran 6:13
  2. Playing Dem Demons Away 4:04
  3. Harlem River Lament 3:54
  4. I Got Jazz and Jesus 9:31
  5. Like a Bird 6:17
  6. Undomiciled 8:00
  7. Ruby Jennings 4:45
  8. Turk and Curley 2:48
  9. Grandmama 7:08
  10. Strawman Dance 7:55
  11. Corn Pipes and Dark Brown Dancing Feet 6:57

Release information:

all composed by Tyrone Henderson & David Bindman

Tracks 1-8 recorded and mixed at Strobe Light Studios on Bergen Street, Brooklyn, NY
Engineered by Andre Strobert. Mixed by Tyrone Henederson and Andre Strobert.
Tracks 9-11 engineered and mixed by Ted Malia at Virtual Sound, Albany, NY
Mastered by Don Grossinger
Produced by Tyrone Henderson
Executive producer: Manfred Schiek
Co-producers: Quimetta Perle and David Bindman
Released 2003 by Konnex Records [KCD 5090]

Released: 2003
Label: Konnex Records

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