Bill Watrous Quartet | Live in Living Comfort

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Live in Living Comfort

by Bill Watrous Quartet

Bill Watrous is one of the all-time great jazz trombonists. On "Live in Living Comfort," he once again demonstrates his incredible technique combined with his lyrical ideas. He delivers ballads like no one else and gets around the horn with lightning spee
Genre: Jazz: Bebop
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  Song Share Time Download
1. The Way You Look Tonight
12:29 album only
2. Blue Monk
10:06 album only
3. O Grande Amor
9:54 album only
4. There is No Greater Love
11:37 album only
5. Try a Little Tenderness
11:20 album only
6. In the Still of the Night
11:50 album only
7. Blues for Mad Mary
5:46 album only


Album Notes
A few years back when I had Bill Watrous in town guesting with my big band, I told him that I had arranged for him to play with an organ trio on Thursday night. He raised both eyebrows as if to say, "You're nuts! Trombone and organ?" But after the gig, Bill exclaimed, "We have to record this next time I'm in town!" It took a bit longer than "next time," but I think you'll love the results.

The CD features two long-time musician friends of mine, Craig Kastelnik on organ and Tom Kozic on guitar, who are, like me, from the Allentown, PA area. It also includes multi-Grammy award drummer Bill Goodwin.

Once again Mr. Watrous shows the incredible capabilities of the trombone--both lightning speed jazz and smooth romantic ballads. Enjoy!

Rob Stoneback, producer and trombonist



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