New England Jazz Ensemble | Version 3.0

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Version 3.0

by New England Jazz Ensemble

Genre: Jazz: Big Band
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2. Walt's Waltz
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3. 2-4-6
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4. C.s.g
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5. Blouzo
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6. Abrasive to You
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8. Take the a Train
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9. Last Stop Grand Central
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Album Notes
Jack Bowers, 1998: Version 3.0, Brownstone/BRCD954 “I’ve only heard one recording by pianist Walt Gwardyak’s remarkably tight-knit and immutably swinging band, but that provided more than enough evidence to render a verdict in its favor. One of the finest recordings of 1996. An exceptionally well-written studio date.”

Owen McNally, The Hartford Courant, 1995: “Version 3.0 shows the NEJE is an alliance that can proudly carry the big band tradition of swing, excellence and uncompromising non-commercial verve into the 21st century.”

Greg Haymes, Times Union, Albany, NY, 1995: Version 3.0 “…the 16 piece band offered a solidly swinging 90 minute performance that studiously avoided the usual big band clichés. This band presented a full concert program of incisive original compositions”

Steve Starger, The Hartford Advocate, 1996: Version 3.0 “The NEJE is front-loaded with top-drawer players who tackle intricate and imaginative arrangements with skill and humor.”



Musicians:

Saxophones: John Mastroianni, Bob DePalma, Dino Govoni, Larry Dvorin & Lou Carrafiello
Trumpets: Mike Jones, Mike Peipman, Steve Fitzko & Phil Person
Trombones: Tim Atherton, Dave Sporny, Peter McEachern & Dave Wampler
Piano: Walt Gwardyak
Bass: Dave D'Addario
Drums: Jim Royle

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