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Wednesday, October 13, 2021

Voices In Song And Percussion - Hall Mooney


Sing Sing Sing

Voices In Song And Percussion
Hal Mooney with Vocal Chorus
Arranged and Conducted by Hal Mooney
Artist & Repertoire: Bob Shad
Original Recording Engineers: Earle Brown & John Cue
Re-Recording Engineer: Earle Brown
Mastering: Hal Diepold
Liner Notes: Nat Hentoff
Album Coordination: Arpena Spargo
Album Design: Murray Stien
Typography: The Composing Room, Inc.
Recorded July 5, 11, 1960

Personnel and Instrumentation

Woodwinds - Piccolo, Flutes, Oboe, Alto Tenor and Baritone Saxophone, Clarinet:
Stan Webb
Walter Levinsky
Rome Penque
Abraham Richman
Phil Bodner

Melvin Davis
Ernie Royal
Clark Terry
Irv Markowitz
Bernard Glow
James Nottingham
Carl Severinsen

Chauncey Welsch
Mervin Gold
Charles Small
Dick Hixon

Barry Galbraith

Milt Hinton

Drums and Percussion - Vibraphones, Xylophones, Bongos, Tympani, Tambourine, Bells, Temple Blocks, Scratchers:
Osie Johnson
Bob Rosengarden
George Devens
Eddie Costa

The Gene Lowell Singers:
Peggy Powers
Miriam Workman
Gretchen Rhoads
Marilyn Jackson
Elise Bretton
Lillian Clark
Jerry Clark
Jerry Duanne
Steve Steck
Gene Steck
Alan Sokoloff
Dick Williams
Ed Lindstrom
David Vogel
Gene Lowell

Sing Sing Sing
Softly As In A Morning Sunrise
Chinatown My Chinatown
For You
Shuffle Off To Buffalo
Lullaby Of Birdland
Donkey Serenade
Sometimes I'm Happy
Blue Heaven 
Love For Sale

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