The Bob Stone Big Band - Breakin' Out FLAC album
The Bob Stone Big Band 2/87 Live at the Moosehead Bar & Grill In Chicago. Sax's: Bob Frankich,Bob Rzeszutko,Mike Pendowski,Tony Vacca,Kent Minor.
The Four Freshmen/The Bob Stone Big Band 1/17/87 Live at the winter NAMM, Aniheim, C. reshmen: Bob Flanigan,Mike Beisner,Autie Goodman,Dave Jennings/Band.
George Shearing Trio.
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The Bob Stone Big Band. Rockin' In Rhythm (CD, Album).
The Band is the second studio album by the Band, released on September 22, 1969. It is also known as The Brown Album. According to Rob Bowman's liner notes for the 2000 reissue, The Band has been viewed as a concept album, with the songs focusing on people, places and traditions associated with an older version of Americana.
Engineer: Jim Dolan Producer and Band Leader: Bob Stone. Stone Bob big band chicago jazz swing ballad. 1. Rockin' In Rhythm.
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Bob Dylan in his Greenwich Village apartment just a few months before he would release his self-titled debut album. Ted Russell/Polaris) /// Bob Dylan. As Bob Dylan turns 75, he shows no signs of slowing down. Despite all the mythology surrounding Dylan's work with the Band, he only actually recorded a single album with them. Cut in Los Angeles over four frantic days in 1973, Planet Waves varies from light, vigorous tunes like "You Angel You" to the brooding, aptly titled "Dirge. The album's high point, "Going, Going, Gone," is a wearily elegant intimation of suicide that's musically full of life – Robbie Robertson's guitar work has never been tighter, and Garth Hudson's organ radiates churchy beauty.
This was the only song on the album produced by Tom Wilson, who produced Dylan's second album, The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan. Wilson had been a jazz producer and was brought in to replace John Hammond. Wilson invited keyboard player Al Kooper to the session, and Al produced the famous organ riff that drove the song. Like a Rolling Stone" runs 6:13. It was a big breakthrough when the song got radio play and became a hit, as many stations refused to play songs much longer than 3 minutes. It was also rare for a song with so many lyrics to do well commercially.
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|A1||Don't Feed The Animals
Soloist, Piano – Tom HopeSoloist, Tenor Saxophone – Mike Pendowski
|A2||Back To Basie
Soloist, Piano – Tom HopeSoloist, Trumpet – Arthur Hoyle
|A3||An Afternoon Affair
Soloist, Alto Saxophone – Bob FrankichSoloist, Baritone Saxophone – Kent MinorSoloist, Piano – Tom Hope
|B1||Win, Place And Show
Soloist, Piano – Tom HopeSoloist, Tenor Saxophone – Mike PendowskiSoloist, Trombone – Jack Schmidt, Russ Phillips
Soloist, Flugelhorn – Arthur Hoyle
|B3||The Countess Of Monte Crisco
Soloist, Flugelhorn – Arthur HoyleSoloist, Tenor Saxophone – Tony Vacca
- Acoustic Guitar – Dick Moran
- Alto Saxophone [Lead], Flute – Bob Frankich
- Alto Saxophone, Flute – Bob Rzeszutko
- Artwork [Cover Painting] – Betty Stone
- Baritone Saxophone, Bass Clarinet – Kent Minor
- Bass Trombone – Scott Van Manen
- Composed By, Arranged By – Brad Morey (tracks: B2), Mike Pendowski (tracks: A1 to B1, B3)
- Congas – Geraldo De Oliveira (tracks: B3)
- Design [Album] – Russ Phillips
- Double Bass [String Bass] – Jim Atlas
- Drums, Leader – Bob Stone
- Electric Bass – James Pendowski (tracks: B3)
- Engineer – Scott Steinman
- Engineer [Assistant] – Don Gates
- Liner Notes – George Shearing
- Mixed By – Mike Pendowski, Scott Steinman
- Piano – Tom Hope
- Producer – Bob Stone , Jim Atlas, Mike Pendowski
- Tenor Saxophone, Flute – Tony Vacca
- Tenor Saxophone, Flute, Soprano Saxophone, Clarinet – Mike Pendowski
- Trombone – Brian Jacobi, Russ Phillips
- Trombone [Lead] – Jack Schmidt
- Trumpet [Lead], Flugelhorn – Mark Thompson
- Trumpet, Flugelhorn – Arthur Hoyle, John Jones , Mike McGrath
- Vibraphone [Vibes] – Richard Little (tracks: A3, B2)