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The Condon Gang: The Chicago & New York Jazz Scene

Music Minus One Trombone Deluxe 2-CD Set

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Trombone
Music Minus One Trombone Deluxe 2-CD Set. Music Minus One. Softcover with CD. 32 pages. Music Minus One #MMO3923. Published by Music Minus One (HL.400742).

Item Number: HL.400742

ISBN 1596154810. 9x12.25 inches.

From the 1920s to the 1950s, Eddie Condon and his band created a unique style of traditional jazz, characterized by a succession of instrumental solos and abrupt transitions of dynamics; the result reverberates to this day in the world of jazz. Now you can participate in this incredible style and the sophisticated music of the Condon Gang with this all-digital MMO release. Includes a stellar lineup of professionals giving you guidance and a fabulous ensemble with which to perform! Contains a custom-engraved music score featuring the solo instrumental line with improvisational chord changes; and a concert lead sheet for each song;, printed on high-quality ivory paper; and a digital stereo compact disc containing complete versions of each song, and a second compact disc featuring accompaniments minus soloist, plus -20% slow-tempo versions of five up-tempo songs.

Performed by Clint Baker, trombone

Accompaniment: Hal Smith's Rhythmakers: Bobby Gordon, clarinet; Chris Tyle, trumpet; Anita Thomas, tenor saxophone; Ray Skjelbred, piano; Katie Cavera, guitar; Marty Eggers, bass; Hal Smith, leader and drums.

  • Monday Date  Performed by Earl Hines
  • The One I Love Belongs To Somebody Else  Performed by Isham Jones & Gus Kahn
  • Strut Miss Lizzie  Performed by Henry Creamer; Turner Layton
  • Georgia Grind  Performed by Spencer Williams
  • Skeleton Jangle  Performed by Eddie Edwards, Nick LaRocca, Henry Ragas, Tony Sbarbaro And Larry Shields
  • A Kiss To Build A Dream On  Performed by Bert Kalmar, Harry Ruby And Oscar Hammerstein II
  • I Know That You Know  Performed by Anne Caldwell & Vincent Youmans
  • I Must Have That Man  Performed by Jimmy McHugh (m); Dorothy Fields (l)
  • Jazz Me Blues  Performed by Tom Delaney