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And Then She Stopped

Dizzy Gillespie & Arturo Sandoval

 
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London, 1989

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Dizzy Gillespie performs his classic "And Then She Stopped" with the "United Nations Orchestra" featuring Arturo Sandoval in London, England during a 1989 concert at Royal Festival Hall.

Trumpeters, Gillespie and Sandoval released a recorded version of the tune on their 1982 album collaboration "To a Finland Station."

Personnel:

Dizzy Gillespie, trumpet
Claudio Roditi, trumpet
Arturo Sandoval, trumpet, flugelhorn, piccolo trumpet
Slide Hampton, trombone
Steve Turre, bass trombone
Paquito D'Rivera, alto sax & clarinet
James Moody, alto, tenor sax, & flute
Mario Rivera, tenor & soprano sax
Ed Cherry, guitar
John Lee, bass
Danilo Perez, piano
Ignacio Berroa, drums
Airto Moreira, percussion



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