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Studio Time 2

by The Dick Goodwin Big Band

Big Band, Jazz, Jazz Vocals, Dixieland, Swing Big Band
Genre: Jazz: Big Band
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1. The Sheik of Araby
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2. 100 in the Shade
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3. When You're Smiling
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4. Shannon's Song
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5. It's All Right With Me
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6. The Very Thought of You
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7. Little Liza Jane
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8. The Improbable Love Life of Acapulco Goldstein
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9. Since I Fell For You
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10. I Heard It Thru the Grapevine
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11. Lady On the Mountain
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12. Crash Jr.
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13. Come Rain or Come Shine
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14. Diz
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15. Saint James Infirmary
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16. Ory's Creole Trombone
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Studio Time 2 -- The Dick Goodwin Big Band

It is the good guys: Jim Hall (drums), Terry Trentham (bass & composer/arranger), Dwight Spencer (guitar), Doug Graham (clarinet & alto sax), Charlie Polk & Dave Allison (trumpets), Bruce Clark & Ashley Fleshman (trombones), Ed Craft (bass bone), vocals by John Wilkinson and Kristi Kirk Hood. Kevin Jones who has subbed on the band so many times is included on tenor and even in the trombone section on one of the pieces. I’m very pleased with the production … John Epps (GEM Recordings) did magical things in the studio and mastering heavyweight, Mark Wilder, added his sugar at Sony Studios in NYC. I did a good hunk of the arranging and composing, play trumpet and keyboards, and even do a short vocal snippet. You’ll find old tunes like The Sheik of Araby, swing era classics (The Very Thought of You, etc.), newer tunes including Terry’s instrumental version of Heard It Through the Grapevine and a handful of originals.

Our unusual 10-piece instrumentation grew out of a handful of arrangements I did in the late sixties for Austin bandleader Kal Kalloday. Kal wanted the feel of a full brass section with the book-ability and solo space of a smaller ensemble. The configuration worked for me and when Terry joined the band he took up pen and has contributed many numbers to the book. I know, you’ve counted eleven instrumentalists. Kevin has subbed for Doug and in each of the trombone chairs on numerous occasions so we felt his voice ought to be included.

Give us a listen ... I think that you'll enjoy the variety and the musicianship ... but we'd love your feedback.

Thanks for the visit.

Dick

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Donald H


Great album, I enjoyed it tremendously.
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Steve Gideon

Just makes me smile, everything's right.
Music is to be enjoyed. Sometimes it's about a fantastic individual, sometimes great arrangements, sometimes it's about how hard it is to figure out what's going on. This is about music that makes you smile. Good ideas can be ruined by poor execution, good arrangements wasted by "stars" who want to hear themselves, good sound engineering spoiled by poor intonation. None of that nonsense here; this CD has everything that makes music a joyous endeavor - excellent playing, a great balance of individual musicianship and ensemble collaboration, wonderful humor and soulful participation by all involved. Put it on and remember why you're glad you like jazz, and why you share it with friends.
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ANNE ARANT

FUN!FUN!FUN!
THE MUSIC AND THE ORDER OF ARRANGEMENT TRULY BLEND INTO A ONE OF A KIND UNIQUE SOUND. I LOVE IT AND WILL BE SENDING COPIES
TO FRIENDS AND FAMILY. GREAT EFFORT BY ALL CONGRATS!
ANNE ARANT
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james Marshall

Dick Goodwin Big Band
A first class albumn with all the symphonic sounds of the big band classics. Goodwin and Graham dominate with their virtuosso performances on trumpet and clarinet amply supported by the rest of the group in this well arranged and syncronized collection of old and new. My favorites include mThe Shioek, Grapevine (terrific arrangement) and Liza Jane. All that's missing is Dick's fabulous arrangement and vocals on "Nothin Could Be Fina Than To Be In Carolina" Let's have an encore Dick!
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