Gull Lake Jazz Orchestra | Timeless

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Timeless

by Gull Lake Jazz Orchestra

Classic arrangemens of pop and jazz standards performed by a "kickass" big band!
Genre: Jazz: Big Band
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1. Time After Time
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2. Over the Rainbow
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3. Misty
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4. Peal Me a Grape
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5. In the Still of the Night
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6. Speak Low
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7. Tumbleweeds
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8. I Just Found Out About Love
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9. Clam Chowder
3:20 $0.99
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10. Samba Dees Godda Do It
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11. Bewitched
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12. Trilogy
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13. Perdido
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Jerry Swanberg

Gull Lake Jazz Orchestra
In my opinion, the Gull Lake Jazz Orchestra’s new CD “Timeless” is one of the best Big Band CDs of 2012. It really swings, and features some my Favorite Big Band arrangers, including Don Schamber, Alan Baylock, Frank Mantooth, Patrick Williams, Bob Curnow, Mike Barone, Don Menza, Jim Martin, Tom Kubis,
Mark Taylor, and Vince Norman. How’s that for a lineup? The band is based in Southern Michigan,
near Kalamazoo, and is led by trombonist Harry Boesch. Their lead trumpeter is Danny Barber,
one of Chicago’s finest, and their featured jazz soloist (on seven tracks) is the outstanding trombonist
Earlie Braggs. My favorite tracks are Schambers arr. of “Time After Time” and Barone’s arrangement of “Tumbleweeds”. Their wonderful vocalist Edye Evans Hyde sings on three tracks.
Cheers, Jerry Swanberg - Host of Big Band Scene on KBEM / Jazz 88 in Mpls
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