Vaughn Roberts Appears on
||Two O'Clock Jazz Band CD (1999) |
Vaughn Roberts 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 ...
||Moon River: Two O'Clock Jazz Band at the University of North Texas CD (1997) |
Vaughn Roberts CD discography Two O'Cock Jazz Band includes: James Riggs (conductor); Steve Dominguez, Mike Dubanlewicz (alto saxophone); John Beckett, Jay Miglia (tenor saxophone); Chad Makela, Doug Morgan (baritone saxophone); Adolfo Acosta, Scott Belck (trumpet); Troy Anderson, Mike Bravin (trombone); Rick Blanc, Charles Cudney (bass trombone); Keith Javors, Lee Tomboulian (piano); Tim Miller, Mark Tonelli (guitar); Mike Davis, Cliff Schmitt (bass); Andy Heglund, Bill Shupp (drums); Jay Garrett, Travis Knepper (percussion).
Recorded at Sumet Sound Studios, Dallas, Texas in 1994 and 1995. Includes liner notes by James Riggs, Buddy Childers, and Leon Breeden.
Personnel: Jacob Duncan, Matt James, Jason Moss (alto); Pat Shook, Garin Webb, Russell Remington, Greg Ridlington (tenor); Mark Tonelli, Tim Miller (guitar); Jonathan Beckett (tenor saxophone); Adolfo Acosta, Curtis Stephan, Vaughn Roberts, Scott Belck, John Light, Randy Burgeson (trumpet); Matt Lambert, Jeff Roe, Ben Patterson (trombone); Rick Blanc, Bob Claiborne (bass trombone); Lee Tomboulian, Keith Javors (piano); Bill Shupp (drums); ...
||Salute to Benny Carter CD (2000) |
Vaughn Roberts albums 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 ...