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There was a time when most college stage bands closely emulated Stan Kenton's orchestra, rarely playing music that would not have been in Kenton's repertoire. The University of Kentucky Jazz Ensemble, which is really a big band, has quite a few departures on this CD. Most notable are five dramatic pieces written by the modern tango master Astor Piazzolla and arranged for the orchestra by Fred Sturm. Even with the lack of a bandoneon and tango rhythms, the music works quite well. In addition, there is the opening samba, a medium-tempo blues "Back in the Sack" that features trumpeters John Tack and Dan Trammel, and a sentimental and older-style interpretation of "Bill" that ...
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All Music Guide - Scott Yanow
There was a time when most college stage bands closely emulated Stan Kenton's orchestra, rarely playing music that would not have been in Kenton's repertoire. The University of Kentucky Jazz Ensemble, which is really a big band, has quite a few departures on this CD. Most notable are five dramatic pieces written by the modern tango master Astor Piazzolla and arranged for the orchestra by Fred Sturm. Even with the lack of a bandoneon and tango rhythms, the music works quite well. In addition, there is the opening samba, a medium-tempo blues "Back in the Sack" that features trumpeters John Tack and Dan Trammel, and a sentimental and older-style interpretation of "Bill" that showcases the trumpets of Mark Clodfeiter and T.J. Tesh. While a few of the guests are music professors three of whom are featured on "Mumuki", most of the solos and spirited ensembles are played by students, who on a whole sound quite professional. Fans of college stage bands will find this to be an impressive effort.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 6/22/2004
  • Label: Sea Breeze Records
  • UPC: 017231455929
  • Catalog Number: 4559

Album Credits

Performance Credits
University of Kentucky Jazz Ensemble Primary Artist
Miles Osland Flute, Alto Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone
Lee Allen & His Band Trombone, Tuba, Euphonium
Robb Rawlings Drums, Rhythm
Matt Duncan Piano, Rhythm
Scott Wright Clarinet
John Tuck Trumpet
Chris Barber Tenor Saxophone
Kevin Kehrberg Bass, Rhythm
James Landrum Percussion, Rhythm, Mallets
T. Mark Clodfelter Trumpet, Soloist, Guest Appearance
Chris Barbee Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone, Woodwind
Rudy Brannon Saxophone, Alto Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone, Woodwind
Tracy Brooks Trumpet
Raleigh Dailey Piano, Rhythm, Soloist, Guest Appearance
Doug Drewek Saxophone, Alto Saxophone, Woodwind
Valerie Evans Trombone, Tuba, Euphonium
Brad Grable Saxophone, Alto Saxophone, Woodwind
Matt Kays Trumpet
Brad Kerns Trombone, Tuba, Euphonium
Technical Credits
Astor Piazzolla Composer
Gordon Goodwin Composer, Liner Notes
Tom Kubis Composer
Miles Osland Director, Producer, Mastering, Audio Production, Personnel
Neil Finn Composer
Nick Lane Composer
Cole Porter Composer
Fred Sturm Composer
Lee Allen & His Band Personnel
Mike Tomaro Composer
Neal Finn Composer
Alan Baylock Composer
Robb Rawlings Personnel
Andy Weiner Composer
Matt Duncan Personnel
John Tuck Personnel
Kevin Kehrberg Personnel
James Landrum Personnel
T. Mark Clodfelter Personnel
Chris Barbee Personnel
Rudy Brannon Personnel
Tracy Brooks Personnel
Raleigh Dailey Personnel
Doug Drewek Personnel
Valerie Evans Personnel
Brad Grable Personnel
Sam Davis Johnson Cover Illustration
Matt Kays Personnel
Brad Kerns Personnel
David Henderson Engineer, Mastering
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