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M.F. Horn, Vols. 4-5: Live at Jimmy's
     

M.F. Horn, Vols. 4-5: Live at Jimmy's

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by Maynard Ferguson
 
This double LP is easily Maynard Ferguson's best jazz-oriented recording for Columbia. With the exception of a remake of "MacArthur Park" (which isn't bad), the music sticks exclusively to jazz with the highlights including "I'm Gettin' Sentimental Over You," "Two for Otis," "Stay Loose with Bruce," "The Fox Hunt," and "Got the Spirit." In addition to Ferguson's

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This double LP is easily Maynard Ferguson's best jazz-oriented recording for Columbia. With the exception of a remake of "MacArthur Park" (which isn't bad), the music sticks exclusively to jazz with the highlights including "I'm Gettin' Sentimental Over You," "Two for Otis," "Stay Loose with Bruce," "The Fox Hunt," and "Got the Spirit." In addition to Ferguson's powerful trumpet, other musicians making strong impressions include first trumpeter Lin Biviano, altoist Andy MacIntosh, Ferdinand Povel on tenor, baritonist Bruce Johnstone, and keyboardist Pete Jackson.

Product Details

Release Date:
02/27/2007
Label:
Wounded Bird Records
UPC:
0664140273221
catalogNumber:
2732

Tracks

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Maynard Ferguson   Primary Artist,Trumpet
Bob Summers   Trumpet,Flugelhorn
Lin Biviano   Trumpet,Flugelhorn
Danny Cahn   Trumpet,Flugelhorn
John DeFlon   Trumpet,Flugelhorn
Graham Ellis   Trombone
Pete Jackson   Electric Piano
Bruce Johnstone   Flute,Baritone Saxophone
Andy Macintosh   Flute,Alto Saxophone,Soprano Saxophone
Rick Petrone   Bass,fender rhodes,Fender Jazz Bass
Ferdinand Povel   Flute,Tenor Saxophone
Randy Purcell   Trombone
Randy Jones   Drums

Technical Credits

Teo Macero   Producer
Russ Payne   Engineer
Mort Goode   Liner Notes

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M.F. Horn, Vols. 4-5: Live at Jimmy's 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I owned this as a record album many years ago and was glad to find it reissued on CD. I've been a fan of Maynard since my high school jazz band days. And although this recording is from about 10 years before that time, I still think that this is his best. Maynard and the band were in top form. And capturing them live really adds a lot of energy to the music. This is pretty straight ahead jazz in true MF style. In his closing comments over Blue Birdland, Maynard says the he hopes they get one helluva album out this. There is no doubt to me that he did.