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Nine

by Dred "Perky" Scott & the Steve Rudolph Trio

Exciting male jazz vocalist with piano trio playing great arrangements of standards.
Genre: Jazz: Jazz Vocals
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1. A Night in Tunisia
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2. Straight, No Chaser
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3. Little Sunflower
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4. Old Folks
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5. Enlightenment 1
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6. All Blues/Willow Weep for Me
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7. B. Harris Inroduction
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8. What A Difference A Day Makes
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9. Song for My Father Intro
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10. Song For My Father
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11. Autumn Leaves
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NINE

Dred "Perky Scott & the Steve Rudolph Trio

Live at the Whitaker Center

Steve Rudolph - piano
Roger Humphries - drums
Dred "Perky" Scott - vocals
Dwayne Dolphin - bass
& guest vocalist Bonnie Harris

Recorded on Stage II at the Whitaker Center for Science and the Arts, Harrisburg, PA - 10/6/2004 Featured musicians include Roger Humphries (formerly drummer for Ahmad Jamal and Horace Silver), Dwayne Dolphin ( formerly bassist for Stanley Turrentine, Wynton Marsalis and Gerri Allen),

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