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  • Performer:
    Michael Pedicin, Jr.
  • Title:
    Michael Pedicin, Jr.
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  • Style:
    Fusion
  • Date of release:
    April, 1980
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    1947 megabytes
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    1980 megabytes
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    1785 megabytes
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    4.3
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Michael Pedicin, Jr. Label: Philadelphia International Records ‎– JZ 36004. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album. Drums – James PaxsonElectric Bass – Vince FayElectric Piano – Pete JacksonGuitar – Ronnie JamesPercussion – Leonard Gibbs Soloist – Michael Pedicin, Jr. Written-By – M. Pedicin, Jr. 4:39. A2. Soncerẽ (The Infinite Hour Glass). Bass – Derrick GravesDrums – James PaxsonGuitar – Ronnie JamesGuitar, Soloist – Steve GiordanoPercussion – James WalkerPiano – Pete JacksonTenor Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone, Soloist – Michael Pedicin, Jr. Written-By – D. Graves.

Michael Pedicin, Jr. is a English album released on Jan 2015. Michael Pedicin, Jr. Album has 7 songs sung by Michael Pedicin J. .Listen to all songs in high quality & download Michael Pedicin, Jr. songs on Gaana. attr("src", $('. de tp.

Michael Pedicin is a second-generation saxophonist. His dad, alto saxophonist and singer Mike Pedicin, was an extremely popular entertainer and bandleader in the Philadelphia area for more than six decades until his retirement at age 80. I idolized my dad as a saxophonist, Pedicin says. The saxophonist’s first album, simply titled Michael Pedicin J. was released in 1980 on Gamble and Huff’s Philadelphia International label. Pedicin taught at UArts from 1976 to 1981, and during much of the ’80s, he juggled teaching duties at Philadelphia’s Temple University and two years of touring with Dave Brubeck (with whom he recorded one album for the East World Jazz label in Japan). At the same time, he was contracting musicians for his orchestras in five hotel/casino theaters in Atlantic City, and also played behind singers such as Frank Sinatra and Tony Bennett.

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Michael Pedicin added an event. 9 May 2017 ·. CD Release Performance for "As It Should Be: Ballads 2", the 14th album of tenor and soprano saxophonist Michael Pedicin. The evening will feature Michael Pedicin - tenor and soprano saxophones, Johnnie Valentino - guitar, Frank Strauss - keyboards, Mike Boone - bass, and Anwar Marshall - drums. Michael Pedicin Quintet CD Release Performance. Trumpets Jazz Club · Montclair, NJ, United States

Credits

Rocco Bene - Trumpet
Keith Errol Benson - Drums
Bill Bloom - Piano
Roland Chambers - Guitar
David Cruse - Percussion
Joseph DeAngelis - French Horn
Roger DeLillo - Trombone
Jack Faith - Flute, Flute (Alto)
Vincent Fay - Bass (Electric)
Richard Genovese - Trombone
Leonard "Doc" Gibbs - Percussion
Steve Giordano - Guitar
Derrick Graves - Bass
Robert Hartzell - Trumpet
Pete Jackson - Keyboards, Piano
Ronnie James - Guitar
Freddy Joiner - Trombone
The Jones Girls - Vocals
Bob Moore - Trombone
James Paxson - Drums
Michael Pedicin, Jr. - Primary Artist, Sax (Alto)
Milton Phibbs - French Horn
Frankie Smith - Keyboards
Evan Solot - Trumpet
James Walker - Percussion
Jimmy Williams - Bass

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Song for Sherry Michael Pedicin, Jr.
2 Soncere (The Infinite Hour Glass) Michael Pedicin, Jr.
3 You Michael Pedicin, Jr.
4 Sneaky Return Michael Pedicin, Jr.
5 That's a Good One Michael Pedicin, Jr.
6 I Got the Keys Michael Pedicin, Jr.
7 Now of All Time Michael Pedicin, Jr.
8 That's a Good One Michael Pedicin, Jr.