BRANKER, TONY - FOR THE CHILDREN

BRANKER, TONY - FOR THE CHILDREN

LP (12"/10" Album)

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Label: OUT-SIDER

Release date: 05/12/2018

Barcode: 4040824088491

Catalog no.: OSR0000071

Item ID: 471741

First ever vinyl reissue of this spiritual/modal jazz private album from 1980, originally released on the RPC custom label from the US. 'For The Children' was written and produced by Anthony "Tony" Branker while he was a senior in the Princeton University Department of Music in 1980. It features Branker on trumpet, a young Stanley Jordan on guitar (this is his earliest recorded work), Glenn Cashman on alto, soprano and tenor sax, Gary Monhein on piano, Dan Krimm on bass and Jeff Penney on drums. Remastered with original artwork.

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