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Something More: Jazz Music of Timothy Lee Miller

Various Artists

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1
Sebastian's Day Off
Annalise Stalls; Dave Finucane; Brandon Lee; Evan Ringle; Chris Boerner; Steve Haines; Thomas Linger; Daniel Faust
8:36
2
Ruby in the Ruff
Annalise Stalls; Chris Boerner; Steve Haines; Thomas Linger; Daniel Faust
5:44
3
Dear Della Mae
Jason Prover; Chris Bittner; Michael O'Brien; Thomas Linger; Charles Goold
6:06
4
Inky and Marie
Jason Prover; Chris Bittner; Michael O'Brien; Thomas Linger; Charles Goold
5:00
5
Stellee and Jack
Dave Finucane; Brandon Lee; Steve Haines; Thomas Linger; Daniel Faust
5:19
6
Boo's Bolero
Dave Finucane; Brandon Lee; Steve Haines; Thomas Linger; Daniel Faust
7:29
7
Poochie's Waltz
Jason Prover; Chris Bittner; Michael O'Brien; Thomas Linger; Charles Goold
8:08
8
Something More
Annalise Stalls; Chris Boerner; Steve Haines; Thomas Linger; Daniel Faust
8:51
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    55:13
Timothy Lee Miller presents Something More which includes eight original jazz compositions he wrote starting in the 1980s up until late 2017. Miller's program evokes fond memories of energetic bebop to smooth lounge to bouncy jazz through his ability to create a story of his experiences in the world of music.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Ansonica Records Studio Masters

Track 8 – contains material which has been processed by a perceptual audio coding algorithm.

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