Various ‎– Celebration Of The Arts 1980

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A1 Devil May Care
Written-By, Piano, Vocals – Bob Dorough
4:33
A2 Evangelica
Bass – Paul LangoschWritten-By, Piano – Eric Doney
4:30
A3 100 Lb. Candy Bar
Electric Bass – Tony MarinoPercussion – Keith NealyTrombone – Rick ChamberlainTrumpet – Dave Ellis (19)Vocals – Jerry Harris (14)Written-By, Drums – Bud NealyWritten-By, Electric Piano – Wolfgang Knittle
3:27
A4 The Record Collector
Acoustic Bass – Paul RostockBand – The New SoulsDrums – Bud NealyPiano, Written-By – Larry GelbVocals – Kim Parker
6:22
A5 Yes, There Is A C.O.T.A.
Acoustic Bass – Steve GilmoreDrums – Bill GoodwinPiano – Wolfgang KnittleSaxophone – Mark KirkWritten-By, Saxophone – Phil Woods
5:57
B1 The Gentle Rain
Acoustic Bass – Paul RostockBand – Jimmy Tigue TrioDrums – Bill GoodwinPiano – Jimmy TigueWritten-By – Luiz Bonfá
7:26
B2 Lieu
Band – The Rolling RocksDrums – Ed HudakElectric Bass – Paul RostockSaxophone – Morris RollandVocals – Nancy Reed (2)Written-By, Guitar, Vocals – Spencer Reed
4:15
B3 White And Wonderful
Acoustic Bass – Tony MarinoAlto Saxophone – Mark KirkBand – The Delaware Water Gap Civic BandBaritone Saxophone – Hy SiegalDrums – Bud NealyPiano – Wolfgang KnittleTenor Saxophone – Pat Turner (11)Trombone – Ken OlsenTrumpet – Lee Katzman, Ralph Hughes (3)Written-By, Trumpet – Wally Dunbar
3:48
B4 Sweet And Lovely
Acoustic Bass – Steve GilmoreDrums – Dottie DodgionPiano – John Coates, JrWritten-By – Gus Arnheim, Harry Tobias, Jules Lemare
9:20

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Recorded live on September 6 & 7, 1980 at the C.O.T.A. Festival in Delaware Water Gap, Pennsylvania.

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