American Jazz Philharmonic

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All Music Guide - Scott Yanow
Listeners hoping to hear an innovative mixture of jazz and classical music or some fresh approaches to making strings swing will be disappointed by this disc. Jack Elliott's overly large ensemble which includes ten woodwinds, 13 brass, 24 strings, harp, piano, three basses, drums and three percussionists performs John Clayton's "Open Me First" which at best sounds like swinging movie music, Claus Ogerman's lush "Symphonic Dances," Manny Albam's "Nostalgico" a feature for altoist Phil Woods and Ray Brown's three-part "Afterthoughts" which showcases the composer's bass over some interesting melodies. In general the results are rather predictable and dull with the orchestra ...
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All Music Guide - Scott Yanow
Listeners hoping to hear an innovative mixture of jazz and classical music or some fresh approaches to making strings swing will be disappointed by this disc. Jack Elliott's overly large ensemble which includes ten woodwinds, 13 brass, 24 strings, harp, piano, three basses, drums and three percussionists performs John Clayton's "Open Me First" which at best sounds like swinging movie music, Claus Ogerman's lush "Symphonic Dances," Manny Albam's "Nostalgico" a feature for altoist Phil Woods and Ray Brown's three-part "Afterthoughts" which showcases the composer's bass over some interesting melodies. In general the results are rather predictable and dull with the orchestra sounding quite anonymous.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 9/14/1993
  • Label: Grp Records
  • UPC: 011105973021
  • Catalog Number: 9730

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 Open Me First - Jack Elliott (6:33)
  2. 2 Nostálgico - Jack Elliott (13:42)
  3. 3 Afterthoughts, Pt. 1 - Jack Elliott (5:12)
  4. 4 Afterthoughts, Pt. 2 - Jack Elliott (5:00)
  5. 5 Afterthoughts, Pt. 3 - Jack Elliott (1:46)
  6. 6 Symphonic Dances: 1st Movement - Jack Elliott (9:37)
  7. 7 Symphonic Dances: 2nd Movement - Jack Elliott (6:32)
  8. 8 Symphonic Dances: 3rd Movement - Jack Elliott (7:28)
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
American Jazz Philharmonic Primary Artist
Tom Garvin Piano
Marilyn Baker Viola
Murray Adler Violin, Concert Master
Murray Alder Violin
Israel Baker Violin
Robert Brousseau Violin
Ray Brown Bass
Bobby Bruce Violin
Larry Bunker Percussion
Gene Burkert Woodwind
Judy Chilnick Percussion
Gene Cipriano Woodwind
Ronald Clark Violin
Maurice Dicterow Violin
Earl Dumler Oboe, Woodwind
Ramblin' Jack Elliott Conductor
John Fare Cello
Berj Garabedian Violin
Sol Gubin Drums
Dick Hazard Performing Ensemble
Gwen Heller Violin
Trey Henry Bass
Ronald Janelli Woodwind
Jennifer Johnson Violin
Patricia Johnson Violin
Eddie Karam Performing Ensemble
Jan Kelley Cello
Katie Kirkpatrick Harp
Ray Kramer Cello
Gina Kronstadt Violin
Tina Liang Violin
Charles Loper Trombone
John Lowe Woodwind
Warren Luening Trumpet
Suzette Moriarty French Horn
Carole Mukogawa Viola
Buell Neidlinger Bass, Double Bass
Jeff Porcaro Percussion
Ray Reed Woodwind
Robin Ross Viola
Victor Sazer Cello
Harry Scorzo Violin
Spiro Stamos Violin
George Stone Trumpet
Margaret Storer Bass, Double Bass
Bob Tricarico Bassoon, Woodwind
Vince Trombetta Woodwind
Lloyd Ulyate Trombone
Jimmy Vito Trombone
Phil Woods Saxophone
Snooky Young Trumpet
Vincent DeRosa French Horn
Jack Elliott Track Performer
Tommy Johnson Tuba
Charlie Davis Trumpet
Ralph Williams Clarinet, Woodwind
Phillip Yao French Horn
Phillip Teele Trombone
Marc Sazer Violin
Karen Jones Violin
Louise di Tullio Flute, Woodwind
Raymond Tischer Viola
Brian O'Connor French Horn
Technical Credits
Manny Albam Composer
Peter Barth Engineer
Ray Brown Composer
Claus Ogerman Composer
John Clayton Composer
Dave Grusin Producer, Executive Producer
Ramblin' Jack Elliott Producer
Chuck Garsha Engineer
Mitchell Glickman Producer
Bernie Grundman Mastering
Dick Hazard Orchestration
Eddie Karam Orchestration
Sonny Mediana Production Director
John Richards Engineer
Larry Rosen Producer, Executive Producer
Bob Tricarico Contributor
Paul Wertheimer Engineer
American Jazz Philharmonic Contributor
Alvin Clark Digital Editing
Jack Elliott Director, Producer, Liner Notes
Dan Serrano Art Direction
Jackie Salway Graphic Design
Alba Acevedo Graphic Design
A. James Liska Liner Notes
Scott Johnson Art Direction, Illustrations
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