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Nightingales & Fairy Tales

"Nightingales & Fairy Tales" is from the album Transparent Sky by pianist Lisa Hilton with Rudy Royston (drums) and Luques Curtis (bass). Available on September 3, 2021.


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saxophone, tenor

Nicholas Krolak

bass, acoustic

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