The Chicago Sessions

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All Music Guide - Matt Collar
Recorded during the mid-'90s, The Chicago Sessions features legendary trumpeter Clark Terry performing with the Depaul University Big Band under the direction of trumpeter Bob Lark. Compiled out of two hard--to-find recordings, this is '50s and '60s style big-band bop that should appeal to fans of straight-ahead jazz. Terry sounds in fine form throughout and it is a joy to hear him showcased within such a large and crisply swinging ensemble.
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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Matt Collar
Recorded during the mid-'90s, The Chicago Sessions features legendary trumpeter Clark Terry performing with the Depaul University Big Band under the direction of trumpeter Bob Lark. Compiled out of two hard--to-find recordings, this is '50s and '60s style big-band bop that should appeal to fans of straight-ahead jazz. Terry sounds in fine form throughout and it is a joy to hear him showcased within such a large and crisply swinging ensemble.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 7/10/2007
  • Label: Summit(Classical)
  • UPC: 030911111120
  • Catalog Number: 111
  • Sales rank: 172,924

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Clark Terry Primary Artist
Brian Culbertson Trombone, Lead
Bob Lark Flugelhorn
Eric Nelson Trumpet, Flugelhorn
Bob Rummage Drums
Frank Wess Flute
Kirk Garrison Trumpet, Lead
Steve Bradley Trombone
Jason Cates Tenor Saxophone
Tom Hipskind Drums
Matt Lewis Trumpet
Rudresh Mahanthappa Alto Saxophone
Jason Pettit Trumpet
Kevin Pike Baritone Saxophone
Sharay Reed Bass, Bass Guitar
Dave Hutten Flute, Alto Saxophone
Jason Aspinwall Trumpet, Flugelhorn, Lead
Jeff Erikson Clarinet, Baritone Saxophone
Gil Wukitsch Trumpet, Flugelhorn
Vance Thompson Trumpet, Flugelhorn
Rob Denty Tenor Saxophone, Lead
Robert Gardiner Tenor Saxophone
Steve Jacobson Guitar
Amir ElSaffar Trumpet, Flugelhorn
Jeff Erikson Baritone Saxophone
James Ward Drums
Tim McNamara Flute
Matthew Dethrow Alto Saxophone
Gil Wukitsch Flugelhorn
Steve Jacobson Guitar
Jason Petti Trumpet
Michael Stryker Piano
Jason Cates Tenor Saxophone
Tom Hanton Trombone
Rob Denty Tenor Saxophone
Dave Hutten Alto Saxophone
Greg Sunken Trombone
Thomas Michaud Trombone
Doug Angelaccio Alto Saxophone
Troy Anderson Trombone
Jr. James Ward Percussion
Technical Credits
Count Basie Composer
Quincy Jones Composer
Gene Lees Liner Notes
Paul Rogers Cover Painting
Clark Terry Arranger, Composer
Duke Ellington Composer
Eddie Durham Composer
Ernie Wilkins Arranger
J. Tamblyn Henderson Producer, Audio Production
Bob Lark Director
Paul McKee Arranger
Billy Moll Composer
Billy Strayhorn Composer
Paul Stubblebine Mastering
David Slonaker Arranger, Composer
Lee Gaines Composer
Thomas Matta Arranger
Keith O. Johnson Engineer
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