||Blues and Other Passions CD (1999) |
John Leys music CDs Guitarist Bruce Lofgren, whose solo style is fairly rockish, is a versatile arranger. His charts for his Los Angeles-based 17-piece orchestra often utilize tricky time signatures, are sometimes blues-oriented and swing while being contemporary, and are influenced ...
||Time Being CD (1972) |
John Leys CD discography Tracks 1-3 recorded at RCA Studio C, New York on August 13 & 16, 1971. Originally released on A DIFFERENT DRUMMER.
Tracks 4-7 recorded live at Ronnie Scott's Club, London, England on December 6-8, 1971. Originally released on ...
||Different Drummer/Stick It CDs (2011) |
John Leys discography Digitally remastered two CD set containing a pair of early 1970s albums from the dynamic Buddy Rich. Buddy's drumming style set him apart from others, and over the years his band backed a who's who of the ...
||Bad Mutha Goose and the Brothers Grimm CD (1991) |
John Leys albums Track Listing of songs: Coconut Smoothie; Cancion De La Tierra; Nice Quiet Shy Girl; Disco Mating Call; Samba D'Alma;
||I'll Play for You CD (1975)
John Leys CD discography Produced by Louie Shelton; Horn and String Arrangements – David Paich; Vocals – Jim Seals and Dash Crofts; Guitars and Banjos – Jim Seals and Louie Shelton; Keyboards – David Paich and Jack Lenz; Drums – Ed ...
||Duke's Domain CD (1993) |
John Leys music CDs Veteran bandleader and arranger Tom Talbert's Duke's Domain is not, as the title would imply, just one more compilation of Ellington songs for at least two reasons. First, Talbert defines "Duke's Domain" to encompass Billy Strayhorn's work. ...
||Swingin' At The Blue Moon Bar & Grille CD (2000) |
John Leys songs Mel Torme's guest appearance on his son's SWINGIN' AT THE BLUE MOON is his last recorded work.
Fair or unfair, Steve March Tormé is destined to be compared his late father Mel Tormé -- when your father was ...
||It's Not Just For Christmas Anymore CD |
John Leys albums This is one of the best big-band Christmas jazz albums. Arranger Tom Kubis has creatively reworked 16 seasonal songs (a few of which are newer), featuring such fine soloists as trombonist Andy Martin, trumpeters George Graham and ...
||Ease On Down The Road CD (1996) |
John Leys discography Also available as part of the 3-CD BIG BAND MASTERS on LaserLight (55 599).
Recorded in New York, New York in October 1973 and June 1974.
When it came to speed, power, and dexterity, Buddy Rich was the indisputable ...
||No Jive CD (1970) |
John Leys songs Digitally remastered by Joe Lopes (May 4, 1992, BMG Recording Studios, New York, New York). Includes liner notes by Mort Goode.
A '92 CD reissue of some '70s Buddy Rich tracks for RCA. The anthology avoids most of ...
||My Dream Come True CD (2001) |
John Leys CD discography Pat Boone's Gold Label is all about "Memories and More," offering a catalog of classic crooner performances from the '40s through the '60s by the likes of Patsy Cline, Tony Bennett, and Perry Como. The story behind ...
||Big Band Masters: Buddy Rich/Count Basie/Duke Ellington. CDs (1996) |
John Leys albums EASE ON DOWN THE ROAD, BLUES ALLEY, and THINGS AIN'T WHAT THEY USED TO BE are also available as individual CDs on LaserLight.
Recorded in New York, New York in October 1973 and June 1974.k
Richard Boone (vocals, trombone); Bobby Plater (alto saxophone, flute); Marshall Royal (alto saxophone, clarinet); Eric Dixon (tenor saxophone, flute); Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis (tenor saxophone); Charlie Fowlkes (baritone saxophone); ...