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    Posted: 21 Dec 2012 at 7:04pm

The able jazz musician often plays an active part in the genre except the jazz. The list may be infinite if I enumerate these. However, the album which a well known musician participated in will be known as an album to be enough for other than the jazz. Connection. And I am related. Some a few lists.

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Minnie Riperton ‎ Adventures In Paradise


Arranged By, Guitar, Conductor Larry Carlton
Bass Guitar Ed Brown
Drums, Percussion Jim Gordon
Guitar [2nd] Dean Parks
Harp Dorothy Ashby
Keyboards Joe Sample
Saxophone Jim Horn, Tom Scott

 


Carly Simon - Spy

Carly Simon - guitar, piano, vocals
James Taylor - guitar, background vocals
Warren Bernhardt - keyboards
Michael Brecker - tenor saxophone
Don Grolnick - keyboards
Hubert Laws - flute
Tom "Bones" Malone - trombone
David Sanborn - alto saxophone
John Hall - guitar
Billy Mernit - piano
Peter Ballin - alto saxophone
Errol "Crusher" Bennett - percussion
Kenneth Bichel - synthesizer
Gail Boggs - vocals
Randy Brecker - trumpet
Frank Carillo - guitar
Joe Caro - guitar
Cliff Carter - synthesizer, bass
Rafael Cruz - percussion
Steve Gadd - drums
Will Lee - bass
Tony Levin - bass
Mike Mainieri - keyboards
Rick Marotta - drums
Ullanda McCullough - background vocals
Ian McLaughlin - piano
Lucy Simon - background vocals
David Spinozza - guitar
Richard Tee - keyboards
Peter Ballini - alto saxophone
Lew Del Gatto - baritone saxophone
Tim Curry - background vocals


Ian Hunter - All American Alien Boy


Ian Hunter lead vocals, rhythm guitar, piano, backing vocals
Chris Stainton piano, organ, mellotron, bass guitar
Jaco Pastorius bass guitar all tracks, guitar
Aynsley Dunbar drums
Gerry Weens lead guitar
David Sanborn alto sax
Dominic Cortese accordion
Cornell Dupree guitar
Don Alias congas
Arnie Lawrence clarinet
Dave Bargeron trombone
Lewis Soloff trumpet

 

Laura Nyro - Season Of Lights

Bass Richard Davis
Vibraphone Clavinet Michael Manieri
Congas Nydia Mata
Drums Andy Newmark
Electric Guitar John Tropea
Flute Jeanie Fineberg
Percussion Nydia Mata
Percussion [2nd] Carter C.C. Collins
Piano Laura Nyro
Saxophone Jeanie Fineberg, Jeff King
Trumpet Ellen Seeling
Vocals Laura Nyro


Paul Simon - Still Crazy After All These Years

Paul Simon vocals, guitar
John Tropea electric guitar
Patti Austin background vocals
Art Garfunkel vocals
Phoebe Snow background vocals, vocals
Joe Beck electric guitar
Michael Brecker saxophone soloist
Bob James electric piano
David Sanborn saxophone
Grady Tate drums
Pete Carr electric guitar
Sivuca accordion, vocals
Ralph MacDonald percussion
Chicago Community Choir background vocals
Barry Beckett electric piano
Eddie Daniels saxophone
Gordon Edwards bass
Jerry Friedman electric guitar
Steve Gadd drums
Roger Hawkins drums
David Hood bass
The Jessy Dixon Singers background vocals
Tony Levin bass
Hugh McCracken guitar
Leon Pendarvis piano
Valerie Simpson background vocals
Richard Tee piano
Toots Thielemans harmonica
Phil Woods saxophone

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote js Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 21 Dec 2012 at 7:29pm
I like Minnie's work with Rotary Connection, and Laura Nyro has her moments, but I'll go with Paul Simon, someone whose music I have enjoyed since I was very young.
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Yes. This list was not a jazz album. However, I liked a band such as Rotary Connection, too.

Because the list was an old album, I thought that there might be the listener who did not know Minnie Riperton and Laura Nyro anymore. I did not know whether it was a phenomenon same even in the United States.

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