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Studio Album, released in 1986

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Bamboo Man
2. Himalaya
3. Pygmy People
4. Cabo
5. Spy Vs. Spy
6. In Good Time
7. Magic Island
8. Show Of Hands
9. Courage

Line-up / Musicians

- Jeff Richman / guitar
- Vinnie Colaiuta / drums
- Brad Dutz / percussion
- Neil Stubenhaus / bass
- Gary Willis / bass
- Domenic Genova / bass
- Steve Smith / drums
- Susan Marder / vocals
- Walfredo Reyes /drums
- John Giluten / keyboards
- Mark Hatch / trumpet
- Scott Breadman / percussion
- Casey Scheuerell / drums

Releases information

Passport Jazz (LP, 1986)

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