||Live and Screamin' CD (1998) |
Kirk Garrison music CDs The Chicago Metropolitan Jazz Orchestra includes: Lenny King (conductor); Frank Catalano, Mark Colby (saxophone); Kirk Garrison, Joey Tartell (trumpet).
Recorded in two separate 1977 performances at FitzGerald's Nightclub and originally released ...
||Chicago Sessions 1994-95 CD (2007)
Kirk Garrison CD discography Recorded during the mid-'90s, The Chicago Sessions features legendary trumpeter Clark Terry performing with the Depaul University Big Band under the direction of trumpeter Bob Lark. Compiled out of two ...
||Delicate Hour CD (2003) |
Kirk Garrison discography Recording information: Sparrow Sound Design, Chicago, IL.
Personnel: Patty Morabito (vocals); Dan Stetzel (piano); Kraig MCreery (guitar); Johnny Frigo, Katherine, Hughes (violin); Benton Wedge (viola); Jill Kaeding (cello); Joe Vito (accordion); ...
||Two Different Days CD (2004) |
Kirk Garrison albums Since 1984, trumpeter Rob Parton has led his Jazztech Big Band in the Chicago area. A straight-ahead orchestra, this band has impressive musicianship, very professional soloists and a personality of ...
||Midnight Rhapsody CD (2000)
Kirk Garrison songs Jazz Institute of Chicago
Review by Marshall Vente
Bradley Young: Midnight Rhapsody
Pianist Bradley Young studied composition and arranging with John La Porta in Boston, recorded with Chet Baker, played with many ...
||Labor of Love CD (2000) |
Kirk Garrison music CDs Chicago Metropolitan Jazz Orchestra leader Lenny King makes no bones about it. He looks to Stan Kenton and Kenton's great arrangers for his big-band music. The group plays in the ...
||Angel Melendez & the 911 Mambo Orchestra CD (2004)
Kirk Garrison CD discography Angel Melendez's debut album garnered a great deal of attention, including a 2005 Grammy nod. Performing a mix of original compositions and classic salsa tunes, Melendez and his group really ...
||Miracle CD (1999) |
Kirk Garrison albums An excellent big-band album from Frank Mantooth that gets off to a stirring start with a Diane Schuur/Kevin Mahogany duet. There's more scatting than words on this cut, which Mahogany ...
||Just One of Those Things CD (2007) |
Kirk Garrison discography Track Listing of songs: Lickety Split; Prelude to a Kiss; Heads Up; Infant Eyes; Black Nile; Joy Spring; You've Changed; It Might as Well Be Spring; I'll Close My Eyes; Just One ...
||Unfinished Business CD (1994) |
Kirk Garrison CD discography Bill O'Connell Big Band includes: Bill O'Connell (drums, leader); Sherrilynn Riley (vocals); Dave Creighton (saxophone); Jim Peterson, Kirk Garrison, Rex Richardson (trumpet).
Audio Mixers: John Towner; Bill O'Connell .
Liner Note Author: ...
||Selections From: Sunset Blvd. CD (1996) |
Kirk Garrison music CDs Unknown Contributor Roles: Ron Watkins; Amy Beth Schutzenhofer.
Arranger: Gordon Wallin.
Personnel: Chicago Musical Revue (vocals); Ron Watkins, Amy Beth Schutzenhofer (vocals); Chris Sarlas (soprano saxophone, alto saxophone); Kirk Garrison (trumpet, flugelhorn); ...
||Maximo CD (2003) |
Kirk Garrison songs Recording information: Dr. Caw.
Photographer: Erica Dufour.
Personnel: Ronnie Malley (oud); Mark Agnor, Katherine Hughes (violin); Benton Wedge (viola); Jill Kaeding (cello); Steve Eisen (flute, tenor saxophone); John "Buddy" Williams (accordion); Brian ...
||Absurd Pop Song Romance CD (1998) |
Kirk Garrison albums Right from the top, Absurd Pop Song Romance conveys a sense that Pansy Division has evolved from its early days of no-holds-barred homocore. The first track is a brief, eerie ...
||Speaking Of Stan: A Tribute To Stan Getz CD (2005) |
Kirk Garrison discography Track Listing of songs: When It Matters; Only Trust Your Heart; How Deep Is the Ocean?; Sometime Ago; What Is a Buddha?; Sea Journey; Out of Focus; Give and Take; Blue Getz Blues; Goodbye; Speaking of Stan;
||That Toddlin' Town CD |
Bill O'Connell's hard-driving, upbeat aggregation pays tribute to its hometown of Chicago with That Toddlin' Town, his sixth album and fifth for his own Blue Birdland label. Playing a mix ...
||Porgy & Bess CD (2004) |
Gil Evans' historic arrangement of excerpts from George Gershwin's Porgy and Bess folk opera became one of the most important records ever released by trumpeter Miles Davis. But no one ...