London Gig

The London Gig

by Louie Bellson Big Band
     
 
Drummer Louie Bellson's 1982 big band performs five of his originals and one song apiece by Matt Catingub ("My Mother the Jazz Singer" is dedicated to Mavis Rivers), Hale Rood and Bob Florence ("Drum Squad"). The mostly young band features talented

Overview

Drummer Louie Bellson's 1982 big band performs five of his originals and one song apiece by Matt Catingub ("My Mother the Jazz Singer" is dedicated to Mavis Rivers), Hale Rood and Bob Florence ("Drum Squad"). The mostly young band features talented soloists in trumpeter John Eckert, altoist Catingub, pianist Frank Strazzeri and tenorman Ted Nash, making this an album worth searching for by big-band collectors.

Product Details

Release Date:
02/11/1998
Label:
Ojc
UPC:
0025218696524
catalogNumber:
965
Rank:
195366

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Album Credits

Performance Credits

Louie Bellson Big Band   Primary Artist
Louie Bellson   Drums
Matt Catingub   Saxophone
George Duvivier   Bass
Big Band   Big Band
John Eckert   Trumpet
Kenneth Hitchcock   Saxophone
Dana Hughes   Trombone
Don Mikkelsen   Trombone
Brian O'Flaherty   Trumpet
Hale Rood   Trombone
Greg Ruvolo   Trumpet
Clinton Sharman   Trombone
Frank Strazzeri   Piano
Joe Sudler   Saxophone
Dave Katz   Trumpet
Walt Johnson   Trumpet
Ted Nash   Saxophone

Technical Credits

Louie Bellson   Contributor,Liner Notes
Matt Catingub   Contributor
George Duvivier   Contributor
John Eckert   Contributor
Dave Ford   Engineer
Kenneth Hitchcock   Contributor
Dana Hughes   Contributor
Don Mikkelsen   Contributor
Sammy Nestico   Composer
Brian O'Flaherty   Contributor
Hale Rood   Contributor
Greg Ruvolo   Contributor
Clinton Sharman   Contributor
Frank Strazzeri   Contributor
Joe Sudler   Contributor
Ray Prickett   Engineer
Dave Katz   Contributor
Alan Freeman   Producer
Walt Johnson   Contributor
Ted Nash   Contributor

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