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Jazz At Lincoln Center: They Came To Swing

Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis

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1
Take The "A" Train Album Version
Jazz At Lincoln Center Orchestra
00:05:34

Britt Woodman, Trombone - Jazz At Lincoln Center, Producer - Jazz At Lincoln Center, Performer - Wynton Marsalis, Trumpet - Bill Easley, Tenor Saxophone - Joe Temperley, Baritone Saxophone - Lew Soloff, Trumpet - Mark Wilder, Engineer - Mark Wilder, Mixing Engineer - Steve Epstein, Producer - Steve Rathe, Mixing Engineer - Joe Wilder, Trumpet - W. Strayhorn, Composer - W. Strayhorn, Lyricist - Todd Williams, Tenor Saxophone - Wycliffe Gordon, Trombone - Robert Sadin, Mixing Engineer - Marcus Belgrave, Trumpet - Norris Turney, Alto Saxophone - Herlin Riley, Drums - Rob Gibson, Mixing Engineer - David Berger, Conductor - Art Baron, Trombone - Jerry Dodgion, Alto Saxophone - Roland Hanna, Piano

(P) 1994 Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

2
Black And Tan Fantasy Album Version
Jazz At Lincoln Center Orchestra
00:04:47

Britt Woodman, Trombone - Jazz At Lincoln Center, Performer - Wynton Marsalis, Trumpet - Lew Soloff, Trumpet - Mark Wilder, Engineer - Mark Wilder, Mixing Engineer - Steve Rathe, Mixing Engineer - B. Miley, Composer - B. Miley, Lyricist - D. ELLINGTON, Composer - D. ELLINGTON, Lyricist - Todd Williams, Tenor Saxophone - Wycliffe Gordon, Trombone - Robert Sadin, Mixing Engineer - Norris Turney, Alto Saxophone - Herlin Riley, Drums - Rob Gibson, Mixing Engineer - David Berger, Conductor - Reginald Veal, Bass - Jerry Dodgion, Alto Saxophone - Roland Hanna, Piano

(P) 1994 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

3
Express Crossing Live
Wynton Marsalis
00:05:08

Rob Gibson, Mixing Engineer - Wynton Marsalis, Composer - Wynton Marsalis, Director - Wynton Marsalis, Lyricist - Wynton Marsalis, Performer - Wynton Marsalis, Trumpet - Steve Rathe, Mixing Engineer - Eric Reed, Piano - Victor Goines, Baritone Saxophone - Wycliffe Gordon, Trombone - Mark Wilder, Engineer - Mark Wilder, Mixing Engineer - Wes Anderson, Alto Saxophone - Kent Jordan, Piccolo - Robert Sadin, Conductor - Robert Sadin, Mixing Engineer - Marcus Printup, Trumpet - Reginald Veal, Bass - Ronald Westray, Trombone - Todd Williams, Tenor Saxophone - Herlin Riley, Drums

(P) 1994 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT

4
Light Blue Album Version
Jazz At Lincoln Center Orchestra
00:07:14

Rob Gibson, Mixing Engineer - Wynton Marsalis, Trumpet - Steve Rathe, Mixing Engineer - Walter Blanding Jr., Tenor Saxophone - Victor Goines, Baritone Saxophone - Mark Wilder, Engineer - Mark Wilder, Mixing Engineer - Jazz At Lincoln Center, Performer - Wes Anderson, Alto Saxophone - Robert Sadin, Mixing Engineer - Marcus Roberts, Director - Marcus Printup, Trumpet - Reginald Veal, Bass - Herb Harris, Soprano Saxophone - Billy Higgins, Drums - Ronald Westray, Trombone - T. Monk, Composer - T. Monk, Lyricist

(P) 1994 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

5
Jelly, Jelly Album Version
Jazz At Lincoln Center Orchestra
00:05:46

Jazz At Lincoln Center, Performer - Joe Temperley, Baritone Saxophone - Mark Wilder, Mixing Engineer - Steve Rathe, Mixing Engineer - Milt Grayson, Vocal - Lewis Nash, Drums - E. Hines, Composer - E. Hines, Lyricist - Chris Thomas, Bass - Joshua Redman, Tenor Saxophone - Jamal Haynes, Trombone - Ryan Kisor, Trumpet - Les Stephenson, Engineer - Marcus Roberts, Director - Marcus Roberts, Piano - Robert Sadin, Conductor - Robert Sadin, Mixing Engineer - E. Eckstine, Composer - E. Eckstine, Lyricist - Jesse Davis, Alto Saxophone - Ronald Westray, Trombone - Marcus Printup, Trumpet - Jon Faddis, Trumpet - Rob Gibson, Mixing Engineer - Nicholas Payton, Trumpet - Art Baron, Trombone - Jerry Dodgion, Alto Saxophone

(P) 1994 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

6
Things To Come Album Version
Jazz At Lincoln Center Orchestra
00:04:33

Jazz At Lincoln Center, Performer - Bill Easley, Clarinet - Joe Temperley, Baritone Saxophone - Mark Wilder, Mixing Engineer - Steve Rathe, Mixing Engineer - D. Gillespie, Composer - D. Gillespie, Lyricist - Lewis Nash, Drums - Chris Thomas, Bass - Joshua Redman, Tenor Saxophone - Jamal Haynes, Trombone - Ryan Kisor, Trumpet - Les Stephenson, Engineer - Marcus Roberts, Director - Marcus Roberts, Piano - Robert Sadin, Mixing Engineer - Jesse Davis, Alto Saxophone - Ronald Westray, Trombone - Marcus Printup, Trumpet - Jon Faddis, Trumpet - Rob Gibson, Mixing Engineer - Nicholas Payton, Trumpet - Art Baron, Trombone - G. Fuller, Composer - G. Fuller, Lyricist - Jerry Dodgion, Alto Saxophone

(P) 1994 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

7
Boy Meets Horn Album Version
Jazz At Lincoln Center Orchestra
00:05:40

Britt Woodman, Trombone - Jazz At Lincoln Center, Performer - Wynton Marsalis, Trumpet - R. STEWART, Composer - R. STEWART, Lyricist - Joe Temperley, Baritone Saxophone - Lew Soloff, Trumpet - Mark Wilder, Engineer - Mark Wilder, Mixing Engineer - Steve Rathe, Mixing Engineer - D. ELLINGTON, Composer - D. ELLINGTON, Lyricist - Todd Williams, Tenor Saxophone - Wycliffe Gordon, Trombone - Robert Sadin, Mixing Engineer - Marcus Belgrave, Trumpet - Norris Turney, Alto Saxophone - Herlin Riley, Drums - Rob Gibson, Mixing Engineer - David Berger, Conductor - Reginald Veal, Bass - Art Baron, Trombone - Jerry Dodgion, Alto Saxophone - Roland Hanna, Piano

(P) 1994 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

8
Lost In Loveliness Album Version
Jazz At Lincoln Center Orchestra
00:03:10

Jazz At Lincoln Center, Performer - Bill Easley, Tenor Saxophone - Joe Temperley, Baritone Saxophone - Mark Wilder, Mixing Engineer - Steve Rathe, Mixing Engineer - Milt Grayson, Vocal - Lewis Nash, Drums - Chris Thomas, Bass - Joshua Redman, Tenor Saxophone - Jamal Haynes, Trombone - Ryan Kisor, Trumpet - Les Stephenson, Engineer - Marcus Roberts, Director - Robert Sadin, Conductor - Robert Sadin, Mixing Engineer - L. ROBIN, Lyricist - L. ROBIN, Composer - Ronald Westray, Trombone - S. ROMBERG, Lyricist - S. ROMBERG, Composer - Marcus Printup, Trumpet - Jon Faddis, Trumpet - Rob Gibson, Mixing Engineer - Nicholas Payton, Trumpet - Art Baron, Trombone - Jerry Dodgion, Alto Saxophone

(P) 1994 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

9
Back To Basics Album Version
Jazz At Lincoln Center Orchestra
00:10:17

Jazz At Lincoln Center, Performer - Wynton Marsalis, Conductor - Wynton Marsalis, Trumpet - James Carter, Baritone Saxophone - Mark Wilder, Mixing Engineer - Steve Rathe, Mixing Engineer - Wayne Goodman, Trombone - W. Marsalis, Composer - W. Marsalis, Lyricist - Wycliffe Gordon, Trombone - Victor Goines, Tenor Saxophone - Victor Goines, Clarinet - Les Stephenson, Engineer - Robert Sadin, Mixing Engineer - Ronald Westray, Trombone - Herlin Riley, Drums - Marcus Printup, Trumpet - Rob Gibson, Mixing Engineer - Russell Gunn, Trumpet - Roger Ingram, Trumpet - Wes Anderson, Alto Saxophone - Reginald Veal, Bass - Eric Reed, Piano

(P) 1994 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

10
Tattooed Bride Album Version
Jazz At Lincoln Center Orchestra
00:11:54

Jazz At Lincoln Center, Performer - Bill Easley, Tenor Saxophone - Joe Temperley, Baritone Saxophone - Mark Wilder, Mixing Engineer - Steve Rathe, Mixing Engineer - D. ELLINGTON, Composer - D. ELLINGTON, Lyricist - Lewis Nash, Drums - Chris Thomas, Bass - Joshua Redman, Tenor Saxophone - Jamal Haynes, Trombone - Ryan Kisor, Trumpet - Les Stephenson, Engineer - Marcus Roberts, Director - Marcus Roberts, Piano - Robert Sadin, Conductor - Robert Sadin, Mixing Engineer - Jesse Davis, Alto Saxophone - Ronald Westray, Trombone - Marcus Printup, Trumpet - Jon Faddis, Trumpet - Rob Gibson, Mixing Engineer - Nicholas Payton, Trumpet - Art Baron, Trombone - Jerry Dodgion, Alto Saxophone

(P) 1994 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

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