Film, Video STANDING IN THE SHADOWS OF MOTOWN

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Title
STANDING IN THE SHADOWS OF MOTOWN
Contributor Names
Paul Justman (director)
Evan Solot, Mick Rossi, Allan Slutsky (composer)
Allan Slutsky, Steve Jordan (music_supervisor)
Tom Scott, Seth Justman, Willie Shorter, Wade Marcus, Paul Riser, Gil Askey, Dave Van Depitte, Johnny Allen, Ernie Wilkins, Slide Hampton. (arranger)
Created / Published
USA.
Notes
-  Information from: "Jazz on the Screen" by David Meeker. Used with permission. (Source)
-  Feature film (over 60 minutes).
-  Tom Scott. (Personnel on Camera)
-  (collectively) Marcus Belgrave, Maurice Davis, Johnny Trudell, Herbie Williams, Floyd Jones, Billy Horner, John Wilson, Russell Conway, Don Slaughter, Eddie Jones, Evan Solot, trumpet; Edward Gooch, Ron Kischuk, George Bohanon, Jimmy Wilkins, Bob Cousar, Don White, Carl Raetz, Patrick Lanier, Bill Johnson, Paul Riser, trombone; Virginia Cunningham, Joe Buono, Fr horns; Kasuku Mafia, Ernie Rodgers, Hank Cosby, Ron Kerber, Michael Pedicin, Bill Zaccagni, Andrew Terry, Thomas Bowles, Teddy Buckner, Ronnie Wakefield, Lefty Edwards, Eli Fontaine, Eugene Moore, William Moore, Angelo Carlisi, Dan Turner, Bernie Peacock, Larry Nozero, Lanny Austin, saxes; Tom Scott, sax, flute, piccolo; Dayna Hartwick, piccolo; Joe Hunter, Johnny Griffith, Rudy Robinson, Dee Pappas, keyboards; Ron Jennings, Allan Slutsky, Eddie Willis, Joe Messina, guitar; Harvey Price, vibraphone; Jack Ashford, vibraphone, tambourine; Bob Babbitt, Steve Beskrone, Phil Chen, Pino Palladino, acoustic double bass; Uriel Jones, Richard Allen, Ted Greenberg, Carl Mottola, drums; Treaty Womack, Joe Nero, congas; Bobbye Porter, Jack Brokensha, Dave Hamilton, James Gittens, percussion; + strings. (Soundtrack Personnel)
-  Jazz on the Screen is a reference work of filmographic information and does not point to digitized versions of the items described. The Library of Congress may or may not own a copy of a particular film or video. To request additional information Ask a Librarian (http://www.loc.gov/rr/askalib/ask-record.html).
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Description
motion picture | Feature film (over 60 minutes). Tom Scott. (Personnel On Camera). (collectively) Marcus Belgrave, Maurice Davis, Johnny Trudell, Herbie Williams, Floyd Jones, Billy Horner, John Wilson, Russell Conway, Don Slaughter, Eddie Jones, Evan Solot, trumpet; Edward Gooch, Ron Kischuk, George Bohanon, Jimmy Wilkins, Bob Cousar, Don White, Carl Raetz, Patrick Lanier, Bill Johnson, Paul Riser, trombone; Virginia Cunningham, Joe Buono, Fr horns; Kasuku Mafia, Ernie Rodgers, Hank Cosby, Ron Kerber, Michael Pedicin, Bill Zaccagni, Andrew Terry, Thomas Bowles, Teddy Buckner, Ronnie Wakefield, Lefty Edwards, Eli Fontaine, Eugene Moore, William Moore, Angelo Carlisi, Dan Turner, Bernie Peacock, Larry Nozero, Lanny Austin, saxes; Tom Scott, sax, flute, piccolo; Dayna Hartwick, piccolo; Joe Hunter, Johnny Griffith, Rudy Robinson, Dee Pappas, keyboards; Ron Jennings, Allan Slutsky, Eddie Willis, Joe Messina, guitar; Harvey Price, vibraphone; Jack Ashford, vibraphone, tambourine; Bob Babbitt, Steve Beskrone, Phil Chen, Pino Palladino, acoustic double bass; Uriel Jones, Richard Allen, Ted Greenberg, Carl Mottola, drums; Treaty Womack, Joe Nero, congas; Bobbye Porter, Jack Brokensha, Dave Hamilton, James Gittens, percussion; + strings. (Soundtrack Personnel). Motion Picture (Form).
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Chicago citation style:

Paul Justman, Mick Rossi Evan Solot, Steve Jordan Allan Slutsky, and Seth Justman Tom Scott. STANDING IN THE SHADOWS OF MOTOWN. USA, 2002.

APA citation style:

Paul Justman, Evan Solot, M. R., Allan Slutsky, S. J. & Tom Scott, S. J. (2002) STANDING IN THE SHADOWS OF MOTOWN. USA.

MLA citation style:

Paul Justman, et al. STANDING IN THE SHADOWS OF MOTOWN. USA, 2002.