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Album Live At Blues Alley. Recorded live on January 20, 2010. With appearances at jazz festivals from Monterey to Montreux, and jazz clubs from Birdland to Blues Alley, it has evolved into the leading jazz ensemble of the . Army, and one of the few remaining full-time big bands in America today.
Live at Blues Alley was the only solo album released during Eva Cassidy's lifetime (an album recorded with Chuck Brown, The Other Side, was also released), and it's an excellent introduction to a performer who never lived to witness the impact her voice made on her fans all over the world.
Live at Blues Alley captures intelligent, articulate and expansive big-band jazz, crackling with hot individual solos that the arrangements further complement-mighty music, even more mightily played.
Army Blues was officially formed in 1972 but has its roots back in 1942 as the Army Dance Band entertaining soldiers and civilians in battle zones during WWII. This release, recorded live at historic Blues Alley in Washington, DC on January 20, 2010, features sixteen different soloists and seven composers from the eighteen-piece band
Army Blues’ 2016 release, Live At Blues Alley, follows the award-winning, 2007, 35th anniversary double album, Blues At Thirty-Five. These 18 big band musicians are the best of the best, and yes, they’re in the Army, can you believe it? Most average Joes don’t usually think of the military when they think of swinging jazz big bands. They actually think sterile, whitebread canned Reveille’s First Call, up at dawn. But those who’ve experienced the . Army Blues firsthand know better
Live at Blues Alley is an album by American singer Eva Cassidy, originally self-released in May 1996. The album was recorded live at the Blues Alley nightclub in January 1996. It was the last album recorded by Cassidy before her death in November 1996.
Album Live At Blues Alley. CURATOR: Oddio Overplay. Army Blues was officially formed in 1972 but has its roots back in 1942 as the Army Dance Band entertaining soldiers and civilians in battle zones during WWII. Army, and one of the few remaining full-time big bands in America today
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Recorded Live at Blues Alley January 2 and 3, 1996, except "Oh, Had I A Golden Thread" recorded at Chris Biondo's studio. Mastering SID Code: IFPI L484. Mould SID Code: none. Other Versions (5 of 12) View All.
Composed By – Duke Ellington
|3||Dance Of The Stargazer
Composed By – SFC Joseph Henson*
|4||Not On The Bus
Composed By – MSG Matt Niess*
Arranged By – Tommy NewsomComposed By – Hoagy Carmichael
Composed By – MSG Kenny Rittenhouse*
Composed By – SFC Graham Breedlove*
Composed By – SSG Regan Brough*
Arranged By – MSG Jim Roberts*Composed By – Horace Silver
Composed By – MSG Craig Fraedrich*
|11||Walk That Dog
Composed By – SSG Regan Brough*
Folk and Country