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Performer: Tim Elia
Genre: Jazz / Rock / Blues / Classical / Folk music
Title: The Toronto Mass
Released: 1973
Style: Gospel
FLAC version ZIP size: 1276 mb
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Rating: 4.5
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Tracklist

A1 Entrance Hymn
A2 Lord Have Mercy
A3 Glory To God
A4 Meditation Psalm
B1 Trinity And Halleluiah
B2 Offering Of The Gifts
B3 Holy, Holy Holy
B4 Proclamation Of Faith
B5 Lamb Of God
B6 Communion

Credits

  • Bass, Drums – Paul Mosley
  • Congas, Percussion – Mike Kennedy
  • Design – Dan Onley*, Dave Serey
  • Drums – Vic Voytek
  • Lead Vocals – Jeanne-Marie LaCalamita
  • Lead Vocals, Piano, Organ – Tim Elia
  • Percussion, Other [Tymbali] – Mike Griffin
  • Producer – Martin Robinson
  • Speech [Intonations] – Pat Elia
  • Trumpet – Frank Kuhl
  • Trumpet, Alto Recorder – Mike Malone
  • Vocals, Guitar – Jim Kenzie
  • Written-By, Arranged By – Tim Elia
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There's a version that's all white with a black background which is what I have.