The Ozell Tapes
|The Ozell Tapes|
|Studio album by Marcus Miller|
|Producer||Marcus Miller, Dennis Thompson|
|Marcus Miller chronology|
The Ozell Tapes is a 2002 album by Marcus Miller. The first edition of the album was sold on tour dates on Marcus' own label.
All tracks composed by Marcus Miller except where noted.
- "Intro" (Big Doug Epting)
- "So What" (Miles Davis)
- "Lonnie's Lament" (John Coltrane)
- "Cousin John"
- "I Loves You Porgy" (George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin, DuBose Heyward)
- "3 Deuces"
- "Your Amazing Grace"
- "Nikki's Groove"
- "When Your Life Was Low" (Joe Sample, Will Jennings)
- "Burning Down the House" (David Byrne, Jerry Harrison, Chris Frantz, Tina Weymouth)
- "People Make The World Go 'Round" (Thom Bell, Linda Creed)
- "Killing Me Softly" (Charles Fox, Norman Gimbel)
- "Miles/Marcus Medley: Hannibal/Amandla/Tutu" (Amandla Poets)
- Marcus Miller – Bass, Bass Clarinet, Soprano Saxophone, Keyboards
- Poogie Bell – Drums
- Dean Brown – Guitars
- Roger Byam – Tenor And Soprano Saxophone, Flute
- Bruce Flowers – Keyboards
- Lalah Hathaway – Vocals
- Michael "Patches" Stewart – Trumpet
- Leroy Taylor – Keyboards
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