||City Never Sleeps CD (1994) |
Recorded at Sound On Sound Studios, New York on March 10, May 26 & 28, 1992. Includes liner notes by Thomas Conrad.
Personnel: Dave Stryker, Chris Rosenberg (guitar); David Diggs (piccolo, clarinet, oboe, tenor saxophone); Chris Potter , Tom Olin, Bob Hanlon, Alex Stewart, Andy Fusco, Rich Perry, ...
||Faceless Place CD (2005) |
Bill Warfield songs This is a very different type of big-band album. Trumpeter-arranger Bill Warfield considers Miles Davis to be his main influence, particularly Davis of the 1965-1975 period. Performing reworkings of two selections from Davis' Bitches Brew, a Wayne Shorter piece, and "Mad Dog 245" (dedicated to Miles) among ...
||Window That Shows Me the Moon CD (2013) |
Bill Warfield music CDs Liner Note Author: Bill Warfield.
Recording information: Water Music Studios, Hoboken, NJ (02/20/2012).
Photographers: Chris Covney; Bill Warfield.
Arranger: Bill Warfield.
Personnel: Bill Warfield (trumpet, flugelhorn); Vic Juris (guitar); Dave Riekenberg (soprano saxophone, alto saxophone); Don Braden (tenor saxophone); Sam Burtis (trombone); Kenny Werner (piano); Scott Neumann (drums).
Audio Mixer: Dave Kowalski.
||New York City Jazz CD (1988) |
Bill Warfield CD discography Shimmering, nicely done. Better than usual offering for this label. ~ Ron Wynn
||Duff's Blues CD (2008)
Bill Warfield CD discography Gene Ludwig is a well-known soul-jazz organist who has had relatively sporadic opportunities to record as a leader during his long career. But the Pittsburgh-based instrumentalist, leading a trio with guitarist Bob DeVos and drummer Rudy Petschauer, shines in a meeting with trumpeter Bill Warfield's big band ...
||Nomad CD |
Bill Warfield albums Dave Stryker/Warfield Big Band: Dave Stryker (guitar); Bill Warfield (arranger, trumpet); Steve Slagle (alto saxophone); Andy Fusco, Bill Hanlon, Bob Parsons, Alex Stewart, Walt Weiskopf (saxophone); John Eckert, Randy Brecker, Tony Kadleck, Bob Millikan, Bud Burridge (trumpet); Jeff Nelson, Tim Sessions (trombone); Joel Weiskopf (piano); Scott Colley, ...
||Mamacita CD (1997) |
Bill Warfield discography This is the best way to learn the differences between a cha-cha (the extra cha was an invention for Americans), rumba, 6/8 time, boogaloo, bolero, merengue, yambu, cumbia y salsa, bomba and songo. Originals, Latin and jazz standards are clearly identified on the CD as to what ...
||Beyond The Line CD (2003) |
David Liebman hired a number of his favorite arrangers to score six originals and one standard for his exciting big band. The album starts with the soprano saxophonist's haunting, dramatic "Hiroshima Memorial," a composition inspired by Liebman's visit to the famous monument in memory of the first city hit with an atomic bomb. The piece includes simulations of mournful cries, the arrival of the B-29, the explosion, and the fiery aftermath in a tumultuous performance. The ballad "Beyond the ...
||Austin Backalley Blue CD (1996) |
Recorded at Mapleshade Studio, Upper Marlboro, Maryland on September 21-23, 1992. Includes liner notes by Pierre M. Sprey.
Full performer name: Sweetman & His South Side Groove Kings.
Personnel: Sweetman (tenor saxophone); Jack Morgan, Mark Korpi, Rudy Turner (guitar); Bill Warfield (trumpet); Jeff Sarli, John Coontz (bass); Mike Buck (drums).
Bill Warfield Songs
Popular or famous Bill Warfield music songs: Street Corner Supermarket, Waltz For a Lonely Woman, Scootzie, City Prelude, Mad Dog, Little Circus Music. More music songs Three Marias, Pharaoh's Dance, Goodbye Pork Pie Hat, Positively Wall Street, Variations on a Theme by Frank Poulenc. More music songs With a Song In My Heart, Somewhere Over the Rainbow, Naima, Jazzman, Salsa en Mi Alma, I Loves You Porgy, Tentigo, Samba de Loves Me. More music songs Totem Pole. See All Songs
|Member Name||Worked With|
|Bob Millikan||American Jazz Orchestra, David Berger, Jack Cortner, Paquito D'Rivera, Stan Kenton, Bob Mintzer, Barbra Streisand, Benny Carter & The American Jazz Orchestra, Big Crazy Energy New York Band, Canadian Brass|
|Lew Soloff||Paul Simon, Gil Evans, Carla Bley, Stanley Clarke, David Sanborn, Gato Barbieri, Tony Bennett, Elvis Costello, Bill - Saxophone Evans, Jon Faddis|
|Chris Potter||Paul Motian, John Patitucci, Alex Sipiagin, Dave Holland, Susannah Mccorkle, Paul Motian Trio, Alex Sipiagin Sextet, Richard Ashcroft, Dave Holland Octet|
|Walt Weiskopf||Steely Dan, Christina Applegate, Duke Ellington, Donald Fagen, Darius De Haas, John Fedchock NY Sextet, Audra McDonald, Dick Oatts, Randy Sandke|
|Conrad Herwig||Eddie Palmieri, Walt Weiskopf, Mingus Big Band, Michel Camilo, Bill - Saxophone Evans, Jim Hall, Susannah Mccorkle, Bill O'Connell, Mario Bauza|
|George Flynn||Linda Eder, Barbra Streisand, John Fedchock, Liza Minnelli, Canadian Brass, Philip Chaffin, Dream Theater, George Fenton, Philip Glass, Debra Holly|
|Rich Perry||John Fedchock, Vanguard Jazz Orchestra, Harold Danko, Ron McClure, Rufus Reid, Steve Allee, Michael Blanco, Hans Glawischnig, Dave Glenn|
|Andy Fusco||Walt Weiskopf, Steve Smith, John Pizzarelli, Danny D'Imperio, Buddy Rich, Danny D'Imperio Sextet, Carlos Franzetti, Jessica Molaskey, Steve Smith's Jazz Legacy|
|Tim Horner||Mark Sherman, Jamey Aebersold, Jon Gordon, Mark Murphy, Roseanna Vitro, Steve Allee, Bill Cunliffe Trio, Doug Ferony, John Hart|
|Mike Richmond||John Clark, George Gruntz Concert Jazz Band, Simon Harris, Matt Hilgenberg, Lauren Hooker, Arnie Lawrence, Jim McNeely, Jeanfrancois Prins, Richard Sussman Quintet|
|David Diggs||Pat Boone, Aor, Melody Federer, Rachel Diggs, Chasing Violets, Ryan Dehues, Eric Gale, Laree Gibson|
|Tom Olin||Andy Jaffe, New Four Freshmen, Abe Silverman, Lew Anderson, Brooklyn Repertory Ensemble, Andy Jaffe Sextet|
|Dave Stryker||Jamey Aebersold, Rondi Charleston, Kevin Mahogany, Trio Mundo, Royce Campbell, Sylvia Cuenca, Dave Stryker Organ Quintet, Dave Stryker Quartet, Giacomo Gates|
|Bill Warfield||Gene Ludwig, David Liebman, New York Jazz Octet, Rumba Club, Dave Stryker, Sweetman & His South Side Groov|
|Bob Hanlon||Bob Ackerman, George Russell, Darius Brubeck, Mike Kaplan, Veronica Martell, Dave Stryker|
|Alan Bates||Steve Adelson, Teddy Wilson|
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