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Miss Pettigrew Lives for a Day [Original Motion Picture Soundtrack]

Miss Pettigrew Lives for a Day [Original Motion Picture Soundtrack]

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by Paul Englishby

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Release Date:
Varese Sarabande


Album Credits

Performance Credits

Paul Englishby   Primary Artist,Piano,Conductor
Dave Bishop   Saxophone,Tenor Saxophone
Simon Chamberlain   Piano,Celeste
Simon Gardner   Trumpet
Tim Holmes   Saxophone
Kevin Robinson   Trumpet
Winston Rollins   Trombone
Jamie Talbot   Saxophone
Fayyaz Virji   Trombone
Roger Wilson   Saxophone
Marcia Crayford   Bandleader
Adrian Revell   Saxophone
Amy Adams   Vocals
Mike Eaves   Guitar
Andy Wood   Trombone
Chris Storr   Trumpet
Rutledge Turnlund   Bass
Mike Lovatt   Trumpet
Matthew Senior   Drums
Nick Moss & the Flip Tops   Clarinet,Saxophone
Pat White   Trumpet
Simon Shamberlain   Piano
Pat White   Trumpet
Winstone Rollins   Trombone
Martin Robertson   Saxophone
Jeremy Brown   Bass
Nick Moss   Clarinet,Saxophone
Lee Pace   Vocals
Roger Wilson   Saxophone
Mark Frost   Trombone
Lee Pace   Vocals
Chris Traves   Trombone
Martin Shaw   Trumpet

Technical Credits

Robert Townson   Executive Producer
Marcia Crayford   Orchestra Leader
Nick Wollage   Engineering
Andrew Dudman   Engineering
Christine Bergren   Music Business Affairs,Legal Advisor
Paul Englishby   Arranger,Composer,Orchestration,Score Producer,Audio Production
Jennifer Towle   Engineer
Nyree Pinder   Score Coordinator
Nick Woollage   Engineering
Chris Traves   Engineering

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Miss Pettigrew Lives for a Day [Original Motion Picture Soundtrack] 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
tight playing, clean sound, many good grooves, nice for various types of swing dancing, has the classic swing feel. too bad many of the shorter cuts aren't longer! and that bluesy ballad is definitely hot.