Mike Barone Big Band | By Request

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By Request

by Mike Barone Big Band

Big band straight ahead jazz, Latin, fusion and ballads
Genre: Jazz: Big Band
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1. My Melancholy Baby
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2. Slide-O
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3. No Man's Land
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4. Peachy
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5. Five Foot Two
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6. Elkhart
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7. Tobiasse
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8. While You Are Gone
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9. Mr Magu
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10. Song For Our Father/ Other Happy Moments
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11. Almost Blues
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My Melancholy Baby. This song was written in 1912. Only 95 years old! Trombone solo by Mike Barone Great Tenor sax solo by Ernie Watts. Lee Thornburg Lead Trumpet.

Slide-O Written for my original band in the 60’s. Alto solo Kim Richmond Lee Thornburg Lead Trumpet.


No Mans Land Originally recorded by “Spyro Gyra” in 1988. Tenor Solo Ernie Watts. John Proulx Piano solo. Lee Thornburg Lead Trumpet.
Peachy One of the ending themes for the old NBC late night show. Inspired
By Neal Hefti’s “Lil Darlin
Five Foot Two I’ve been informed by jazz critic Jack Bowers that this song was originally called “Has Anybody Seen My Gal” Written in 1914 by P. Wenich and J. Mahoney. What happened to these guys? This chart features Brian Williams on Baritone Sax and John Proulx Piano. Pete Desiena Lead Trumpet.
Elkhart Based on the chord changes to “Indiana” Get it? Clever eh? John Proulx Piano solo, Keith Bishop Alto solo. Pete DeSiena Lead Trumpet


Tobiasse Named after artist Theo Tobiasse who’s painting hangs on my wall at home. John Proulx Piano solo Bob Summers Trumpet solo. Pete DeSiena Lead Trumpet


While You Are Gone What I call a “Be Bop Ballad” written by saxophonist Lucky Thompson. Recorded by the Four Freshmen in the 50’s. This is a feature solo for Vince Trombetta on Tenor saxophone.


Mr. Magu Written for “ Point Magu’s” older brother—“Pointless”! What a guy! Ernie Watts Tenor solo. Pete DeSiena Lead Trumpet.


Barone Brothers Medely These three originals of mine were first recorded in 1979 by my brother Gary and me on our album “Blues And Other Happy Moments”.

Song For Our Father Bob Summers Trpt Solo


Other Happy Moments Charlie Loper Trombone solo Keith Bishop Flute solo. Pete DeSiena Lead Trumpet.


Almost Blues Brian Williams Baritone Sax solo Bob Summers first Trumpet solo Mark Lewis second Trumpet solo. John Proulx Piano solo Pete DeSiena Lead Trumpet.


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Michael Gilchrist

By Request (Mike Barone)
Another great album from the Mike Barone Big Band. By Request is my favourite of the recent sequence of top recordings. Mike's band has its own distinctive sound, while reminding one at times of other West Coast greats like Bob Florence and Bill Holman. Of course, the soloists, notably Ernie Watts, make the new album doubly attractive. Let's hope there are further albums to come from this excellent outfit.

Jean-Philippe Epitaux

An Absolute Must!
Mike Barone's Band is the best that could happen to the Big Bands World of today. Mike's arrangements are superb and so are the two monster lead trumpeters Lee Thornsburg and Pete DeSiena!