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Jazzlab / John Roney - World Colors album mp3
  • Performer:
    Jazzlab / John Roney
  • Title:
    World Colors
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    1502 megabytes
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    1572 megabytes
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    1822 megabytes
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This album is a reflection of the places I have been, the people I have met, and the music I have experienced while on the road. Musiciens, Musicians. John Roney - piano Erik Hove - sax alto + flute André leroux - sax tenor + flute Aamuel blais - sax baryton & soprano Aron Doyle - trompette, trumpet Jean-Nicolas Trottier - trombone Fraser Hollins - contrebasse, double bass Alain Bédard - contrebasse, double bass Kevin Warren - batterie, drums. Invités, Guests Levy Bourbonnais - harmonica Joseph Khoury - percussions.

Pianist John Roney is one of the most active and visible artists on the Canadian music scene. Obtaining his baccalaureate in jazz piano, classical piano, and composition from University of Toronto in 2000, he went on to complete his Master’s degree at McGill University in jazz performance.

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Orchestras, Ensembles.

Rooney is the debut studio album by American alternative rock band Rooney. It was released on May 27, 2003, by Geffen Records. The cover features a recreation of the flag of California. The track "Blueside" was featured in the movie of The Princess Diaries. the track "I'm a Terrible Person" was used in a commercial of Carolina Herrera's perfume. The track "I'm Shakin" was featured in the series premiere of Royal Pains and also memorably featured in an episode of the first season of The .

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Credits

Jazzlab - Primary Artist
John Roney - Primary Artist