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Jazz / Latina / Funk / Classic
Performer: Some Philharmonic
Title: Some Philharmonic
Style: Contemporary Jazz, Jazz-Funk
Year 1983
Country US
Label Some Phil Records
Catalog Number Some Phil 1
Genre: Jazz / Latina / Funk / Classic
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 782
MP3 size: 1729 mb
Record From: Vinyl, LP, Album

Some Philharmonic - Some Philharmonic mp3


2Always With The Wrong Trombone3:11
3Fun People To Be Around6:29
4White Noise/Black Noise5:14
5People Do It8:00
6Rhythm Dance3:28
7Now We're Gonna Hear The President Talk3:59
9Spontaneous Generation5:50


  • Accordion, Violin, Backing VocalsVictor P. Zupanc
  • Backing VocalsCarmen Borgia, Joe Moe , John Goss
  • Bass, Guitar Synthesizer, Panpipes, Vocals, Backing Vocals, PercussionBrian Woodbury
  • Clavinet, Piano, Vocals, Backing Vocals, Panpipes, PercussionElma Mayer
  • DesignSteve Christian
  • DrumsDavid Arney
  • Drums, PercussionSteve Christian (tracks: B1)
  • Engineer, Other [processing]Rick Bohlman, Tom Rettig
  • Guitar, Synthesizer, Backing Vocals, PercussionTom Rettig
  • Other [video] – Brian Woodbury
  • PercussionDavid Arney (tracks: B4)
  • Photography ByJim Wheelock
  • ProducerBrian Woodbury, Elma Mayer, Tom Rettig
  • Saxophone, ClarinetSteve Klich
  • Trombone, Backing VocalsSteve Knopoff
  • TrumpetBrian Carney
  • VocalsCarmen Borgia (tracks: A2)


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