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Work Song - The Dan McMillion Groovin High Big Band - Fireshaker (CD)

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  1. Shaktijar
    Big Band Charts HFor all Tower Of Power Big Band charts and arrangements click here!
  2. Malak
    Soaring high above his powerful big band, trumpeter Dan McMillion thrills his audience with contemporary action and a hard-hitting wallop. His title track, a burner written by Maynard Ferguson with Alan Downey, drives the band exuberantly in a fit of passion.
  3. Kagamuro
    Oct 21,  · The Be Bop Big Band is the best of the big bands, and this disc won’t be forgotten any time soon - John Gilbert (All About Jazz) This reissue offers Florence’s great, swinging big band.
  4. Shagul
    Dan's fifth album & third on CD. Label Name: MCMI 01 Song Titles: Get It To Go Brazil Work Song MacArthur Park Fireshaker My Funny Valentine Sugar A Night In Tunisia Cruisin' For A Bluesin' Spring Is Here Perdido Born To Be Blue Stay Loose With Bruce Take The A Train Blue Birdland4/5(1).
  5. Meztigore
    John Wasson: Groovin' High. Groovin' High: John Wasson Written for and recorded by the U.S. Air Force Airmen of Note, Joe Jackson director, John Wasson has created a stunning and unique setting of this long-standing jazz classic.
  6. Gushakar
    "Algo Bueno" and "Blue Monk" are features for the rhythm section; "Groovin' High" is an unusual cornet-piano-drums trio made possible by the strength of Hank Jones' left hand; four tunes including "Anthropology," which has a very advanced arrangement for the melody, and a samba version of "Sippin' at Bells," showcase the full group. Although 9/
  7. Kecage
    BRUCE MAINSTONE (Keys/vocals) Bruce has more than 30 years experience as a professional musician playing at venues all over Sydney, as well as interstate and beyond in situations ranging from one man band to big bands. He has also served as a more than capable musical director for various concept and tribute shows.
  8. Mekasa
    Groovin’ High was written by the great trumpeter Dizzy Gillespie in The chord changes are based off of Paul Whiteman’s composition Whispering. Be sure to learn the four bar intro from the original recording! You’ll also notice extra bars at the end of the form from the .

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