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Sharing the Freedom

by The United States Air Force Academy Band Falconaires

The United States Air Force Academy Band Falconaires' 2010 music release.
Genre: Jazz: Big Band
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1. I Feel A Song Coming On
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2. Little Sunflower
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3. Deixa Falar (Carnival)
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4. Bali Hai
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5. Yesterday's Tomorrow
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6. Nature Boy
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7. What Is This Thing Called Love
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8. This Is For Albert
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9. Collateral Duty Blues
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10. Sharing the Freedom
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Album Notes
USAF Academy Band Falconaires from Colorado Springs, Colorado
Sharing the Freedom Information:

Tk1 I feel a Song Coming On Soloists: TSgt Crissy Saalborn-Vocals, TSgt Geoffrey Torres-Tenor Sax Comp: Jimmy McHugh/Arr Chris Moncelli
Tk2 Little Sunflower Soloists: MSgt Mark Israel-Trumpet, MSgt Scott Crump-Trombone Comp: Freddy Hubbard/Arr Cully Joyce
Tk3 Deixa Falar (Carnival) Soloists: TSgt Marcel Marchetti-Trumpet, TSgt John Dawson-Alto Sax, TSgt Henrique DeAlmeida-Drums Comp: TSgt Henrique DeAlmeida/Arr TSgt John Dawson
Tk4 Bali Hai Soloists: TSgt Crissy Saalborn-Vocals, MSgt Scott Richardson- Bass Clarinet Comp: Rogers and Hammerstein/Arr Cully Joyce
Tk5 Yesterday's Tomorrow Soloists: TSgt Ricky Sweum-Tenor Sax, Todd Gustafson-Piano TSgt Henrique DeAlmeida-Drums Comp: TSgt Ricky Sweum/Arr TSgt John Dawson
Tk 6 Nature Boy Soloists: TSgt Crissy Saalborn-Vocal, SMSgt Mark Burditt-Trombone Comp: eden ahbez/Arr Carl Murr
Tk7 What is This Thing Called Love? Soloists: SMSgt Mark Burditt-Trombone, TSgt Todd Gustafson-Piano Comp: Cole Porter/Arr Steve Gray
Tk8 This is for Albert Soloist: TSgt John Dawson-Sop Sax Comp: Wayne Shorter/Arr John Dawson
Tk9 Collateral Duty Blues Soloists: TSgt Todd Gustafson-Piano TSgt Jason Crowe-Bass, MSgt Randy Schneider-Trombone, TSgt Ryan Janus- Alto Sax Comp: TSgt Ryan Janus
Tk10 Sharing the Freedom Soloists: TSgt Jason Crowe-Bass, TSgt Ricky Sweum-Tenor Sax Comp: Chie Imaizumi

Personnel:
Commander Lt Col Larry H Lang
SMSgt Mark Burditt Superintendent
MSgt Scott Crump Group Leader and Musical Director

Alto Sax TSgt's John Dawson and Ryan Janus
Tenor Sax TSgt's Ricky Sweum and Geoffrey Torres
Bari Sax MSgt Scott Richardson
Trumpet MSgt's Mark Israel, Ken Johnson, Jeff Hatfield, and TSgt Marcel Marchetti
Trombone SMSgt Mark Burditt, MSgt's Scott Crump and Randy Schneider
Bass Trombone MSgt Gene Montgomery
Drums TSgt Henrique DeAlmeida
Bass TSgt Jason Crowe
Piano TSgt Todd Gustafson
Vocals TSgt Crissy Saalborn
Recorded at McCormick Hall Peterson AFB, CO April 2010
Produced by Bob Dawson and TSgt Jeff Valentine
Recording Engineer Bob Dawson
Mixed at Bias Studios by Bob Dawson, Springfield VA
Edited by Bob Dawson/TSgt Jeff Valentine


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John Killoch

The only title I can think of is WOW!!!!
Free download, you get what you pay for, still it is free!! That is perhaps the usual mind set. But luckily I have other FALCONAIRE recordings on LP and CD so I salivate.

I have most US forces recordings including the top bands; the alleged top bands. Most people think only of two or three of the bands. It is hard to understand why the FALCONAIRES is not always mentioned. This band exudes class. Contemporary arrangements all, superb, swinging and accessible to all shades of listener. Consummate musicianship, immaculate section work and soloing. This band I love because it, like Basie is tight, not in a nervous Buddy Rich way,
also loose. The band is relaxed and enjoying every moment.

I want to know who wrote the arrangments and; well.....anything else.

You love jazz, you love big bands..... this is a must have.

By the way I am not a member of the band boasting. I am a very happy fan!