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Linger Lane

Bobby Hutcherson

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1
People Make The World Go Round
Bobby Hutcherson
8:50
2
Theme From M-A-S-H
Bobby Hutcherson
4:31
3
NTU
Bobby Hutcherson
5:53
4
Manzanita
Bobby Hutcherson
4:01
5
Mountain Caravan
Bobby Hutcherson
5:21
6
Silver Rondo
Bobby Hutcherson
2:54
Total Playing Time    31:30
"First thing that strikes you is the generally relaxed feel to the project ..."
- TheWordIsBond.com

Linger Lane is vibist/marimba player Bobby Hutcherson's classic fusion album from 1975. Hutcherson arranged the material and plays the marimba on this rather laid-back release which was recorded outdoors in the California countryside. Hutcherson is joined by pianist Jerry Peters, guitarist John Rowin, Harvey Mason on drums and Ernie Watts on reeds, plus gorgeous backing vocals from the Waters sisters on several songs. Includes covers of the soul classic People Make The World Go Round and Theme From MASH.
192 kHz / 24-bit and 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Blue Note Records Studio Masters

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