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  1. Here's the credits and personnel list of "Too Much" as they appear on the back sleeve: Arranged by H. B. Barnum Produced by David Axelrod The backing includes: Gerald Wiggins - piano Earl Palmers - drums Jimmy Bond - bass Barney Kessel - guitar Jom Horn - sax Teddy Edwards - sax Tony Terran - trumpet Fred Hill - trumpet "Twelfth of Never", "Why (Do I Love You So)", "I Just Want To Make Love To.
  2. Through the years, Wiggins led sessions for Swing and Vogue (both in ), Ember, Crown, Tampa, Specialty, Motif, Mode, Challenge, Hi-Fi, Contemporary (), Black & Blue, and, in the s, Concord. His son J.J. Wiggins is a fine bassist. Gerald Wiggins .
  3. Filename S:\DL\Various Artists - From Hard Bop To Cool CD64 () [FLAC]\03 - Gerald Wiggins - Serenade In mecderoketadedatcudawadingnorr.coinfo Pre-gap length Peak level % Extraction speed X Track quality % Test CRC D2AB Copy CRC D2AB Track not present in .
  4. Apr 04,  · Here's the credits and personnel list of "Too Much" as they appear on the back sleeve: Arranged by H. B. Barnum Produced by David Axelrod The backing includes: Gerald Wiggins - piano Earl Palmers - drums Jimmy Bond - bass Barney Kessel - guitar Jom Horn - sax Teddy Edwards - sax Tony Terran - trumpet Fred Hill - trumpet "Twelfth of Never", "Why (Do I Love You So)", "I Just Want .
  5. Dec 17,  · Fred Katz was one of the first cello players to play jazz, something very advanced for their time, in the mid s. He was born as Frederick Katz on February 25th, in Brooklyn, New York, USA. His family was very related to music, so he soon started studying cello and piano.
  6. Gerald Foster Wiggins (born May 12, in New York City died July 13, in Los Angeles) was a jazz pianist and organist. He studied classical, but switched to jazz in his teens. He began as a professional playing accompaniment to Stepin Fetchit.
  7. de pride isle sanatorium scripts A. 7. Honore de Balzac. It was a poor dwelling, at best, with a crumbling façade, ornamented with some scarcely-discernible heraldic device The 19 m (62 ft)-high concrete and smoked glass building featured a wavy roof design, but was despised by residents and visitors alike because it blocked views of the bay and the Isle of Purbeck.
  8. The Gerald Wiggins Trio The Geraldine Fibbers The Gerbils The Gerbs The German Art Students The Germans The Germs The Gerogerigegege The Gerry Niewood Quartet The Gestures The Get Go The Get Up Kids The Getaway Drivers The Getaway People The Getaway Plan The GGGG's The Ghastly Ones The Ghastly Ones The Ghen The Ghost The Ghost The Ghost.

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