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Here's a video for a tune from Marc Wagnon's Interesting Times album. This features Sarah Pillow (voice), Tim Ouimette (trumpet), Maria Grand (tenor sax), Kevin Oliver (alto sax), Jonathan Price (bass), and Marc Wagnon (vibes, drums).

by Jon Davis, Published 2019-11-26


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Related artist(s): Marc Wagnon

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