John Marshall Quintet - Theme Of No Repeat album FLAC
Album · 1999 · 11 Songs. Theme of No Repeat John Marshall. Listen on Apple Music.
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John Marshall plays B&S-Trumpets and Flugelhorns exclusively b-and-s. John Marshall was born in Wantagh, NY in 1952. From 1971 to 1991, he worked and recorded with a long list of jazz greats. Buddy Rich, Mel Lewis, Lionel Hampton, Gerry Mulligan, Ornette Coleman, George Coleman, Buck Clayton, Mario Bauza and Dizzy Gillespie, to name only a few. Along the way, he constantly worked at perfecting his craft, studying with the great brass teacher Carmine Caruso as well as jazz trumpeter Lonnie Hillyer. He also led the Jazz quintet The Bopera House from 1987 to 1991, and stayed very busy as an in-demand studio player. Doggie Boy. Ballad For Very Sad And Very Tired Lotuseaters. Una Mas. That's Earl Brother.
Marshall switched once more to flugel for the haunting theme of „Monk’s Mood and Miner’s deep, resonant sound was in clear evidence. Next was a rare performance of „Thelonious. I’m not sure I’ve ever heard anyone play it other than its composer. Donald Elfman, All About Jazz-New York, August, 2010. This disc is a knock-out – an old-fashioned (in the very best possible sense) jazz quintet album with hip tunes, smart playing and the kind of brevity and sense of swing always delightful to hear. Marshall was a fixture in New York, playing with Buddy Rich, Gerry Mulligan, Lionel Hampton and Mel Lewis (and that’s just a few!) and his musicianship has always been impeccable: a beautiful boppish sound on trumpet and a way of playing the right stuff for every occasion. Since 1992, he’s been the principal trumpet soloist with the WDR Big Band.
John Marshall Quintet. John Marshall was born in Wantagh, New York in 1952. The jazz trumpeterplayed professionally in New York for 21 years Artist profile. Tenor Sax. Born in Toronto, Canada on June 4, 1971, Grant Stewart was exposed to the music of Charlie Parker, Wardell Gray and Coleman Hawkins by his father, a high-school. Users say. Time Out says. Veteran bop trumpeter John Marshall helms a combo featuring saxist Grant Stewart and pianist Tardo Hammer. Posted: Thursday March 15 2012. lt;p align "center" Browser does not support frames.
|1||With A Song In My Heart||5:51|
|3||Ballad For Very Sad And Very Tired Lotuseaters||7:10|
|4||Theme Of No Repeat||4:40|
|6||That's Earl Brother||5:09|
|7||Philly J. J.||6:35|
|8||The Scene Is Clean||8:42|
|9||So In Love||5:11|
|10||I Can Dream, Can't I?||6:36|
|11||Sweet And Lovely||5:14|
- Bass – John Goldsby
- Drums – Doug Sides
- Piano – Tardo Hammer
- Tenor Saxophone – Ferdinand Povel
- Trumpet, Flugelhorn – John Marshall
NotesRecorded August 2-4, 2000
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- Barcode: 4028164097199