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'All Over The Place' Mike Stern

Mike Stern
Aug 3, 2012 Updated Aug 10, 2012

US Guitarist Mike Stern has called upon some impressive musical associates with this release...

Guest appearances on this album come from Randy Brecker, Kenny Garrett, Dave Weckl, Keith Carlock, Esperanza Spalding, Victor Wooten, Dave Holland, Tom Kennedy and Victor Bailey.

Tracks on the album

1. AJ
2. Cameroon
3. Out Of The Blue
4. As Far As We Know
5. Blues For Al
6. OCD
7. You Never Told Me
8. Half Way Home
9. Light
10. Flipside
11. All Over The Place

CD: All Over The Place (Heads Up)


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Mike Stern (born January 10, 1953) is a six-time Grammy nominee American jazz guitarist. After playing for a few years with Blood, Sweat & Tears, he landed a gig with drummer Billy Cobham and then broke through with trumpeter Miles Davis' band from 1981 to 1983, and again in 1985. Following that he launched a solo career, releasing more than a dozen albums. Stern was hailed as the Best Jazz...

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