||Two O'Clock Jazz Band CD (1999) |
Joe Shyka music CDs Recorded at the University Of North Texas, Denton, Texas in May 1997. Includes liner notes by Harold L. Powell and James Riggs.
Personnel: Jacob Duncan, Chad Eby, Steve Jones (saxophone); Vaughn Roberts, Dean McNeill (trumpet); Gene Clark, Bob Claiborne, Joe Shyka (trombone).
Two O'Clock Jazz Band: James Riggs (conductor); Andrew Layton, Jacob Duncan, Steve Jones, Chad Eby, Bill Linney (saxophone); Bryan Uhl-Lead, Jeremy Earnhart, Akira Sato, Dean McNeil, Vaughn Roberts (trumpet); Joe Shyka, Greg McCrea, Gene Clark, Robert Clairborne, Joy Archer (trombone); Pavel Wlosok, Lee Tomboulian (piano); Niclas Hoglind (guitar); Mike Blanco (bass); Max Oepen (drums); Ray ...
||Salute to Benny Carter CD (2000) |
Joe Shyka CD discography The University of North Texas 1999 Two O'Clock Jazz Band don't sound like a college band, but rather like a well-seasoned bunch of road warriors, on this swinging romp of Benny Carter classics. Particularly impressive is the work of pianist Phil Magailanes and tenor saxophonists Eric Morones and Zack Hexum. Cut live to two-track, the album benefits UNT's Jazz Studies program, a good cause with a lot of good music attached to it. ~ Cub Koda
Two O'Clock Jazz Band includes: Jeff Fort, Tyler Summers (saxophone); Pete DeSiena, Paul Tynan (trumpet); Carl Murr, Joel Keene (trombone); Steve Anderson (piano); Michael Barton (bass); Joel Fountain ...
||My Charmed Life CD (1997) |
Joe Shyka albums Little Jack Melody & His Young Turks: Little Jack Melody (vocals, tenor banjo, acoustic & fretless basses, orchestra bells); Jim Cocke (accordion, Hammond B-3 organ, harmonium, Moog synthesizer, background vocals); Jacob Duncan (flute, alto & tenor saxophones, background vocals); Dave Dorbin (tuba, background vocals); Chopper Bergeron (drums, percussion, background vocals).
Little Jack Melody and his versatile and exuberant ensemble return with their third album. MY CHARMED LIFE comes charging out of the gate with the title tune, the group's most sprightly number yet. The songs are as sunny as ever and spiced with a healthy dollop of cynicism. But there are also ...