Sixteen-piece big band with featured soloists Ernie Watts, Kim Richmond, Vince Trombetta, Keith
Bishop, Jennifer Hall (saxophones). Steve Huffsteter, Ron King, (trumpets). John Proulx (piano).
Chris Conner and Mike Barone Trombone
Recorded live at the Rosalie & Alva Performance Gallery,
San Pedro, California on September 25, 2005
Rhubarb Recordings #101 - CD release December 2005
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LEADER, TROMBONE SOLOIST:
Bryant Byers, bass trombone
Kim Richmond, alto sax
Keith Bishop, alto sax
Ernie Watts, tenor sax
Vince Trombetta, tenor sax
Jennifer Hall, bari sax
John Proulx, piano
Chris Conner, bass
Paul Kreibich, drums
1. When You’re Smiling (M. Fisher / J. Goodwin / L. Shay)
Ernie Watts, tenor solo. Lee Thornburg, lead trumpet.
2. As Time Goes By (Herman Hupfeld)
Steve Huffsteter, trumpet solo. Lee Thornburg, lead trumpet.
3. How Deep Is The Ocean (Irving Berlin)
John Proulx, piano solo. Kim Richmond, alto solo. . MIke Barone, trombone solo. Lee Thornburg, lead trumpet.
4. Grungy Bungee (Mike Barone)
Jennifer Hall, baritone solo. Ron King, trumpet solo. Pete DeSiena, lead trumpet.
5. Darktown Strutters Ball (Shelton Brooks)
Vince Trombetta, tenor solo. Pete DeSiena, lead trumpet.
6. Cette Chose (Bobby Jaspar)
Keith Bishop, soprano solo. Chris Conner, bass solo. Mike Barone, trombone solo. Lee Thornburg, lead trumpet.
7. Love Locked Out (Ray Noble / Max Kester)
Keith Bishop, alto solo. Pete DeSiena, lead trumpet.
8. Road Kill (Mike Barone)
John Proulx, piano solo. Ernie Watts, tenor solo. Lee Thornburg, lead trumpet.
9. Lament (J.J. Johnson)
Vince Trombetta, tenor solo. Mike Barone, trombone solo. Lee Thornburg, lead trumpet.
10. Friends (Chick Corea)
Ernie Watts, tenor solo. Pete DeSiena, lead trumpet.
All musicial arrangements written and produced by Mike Barone.
“Well-crafted and imaginative, Mike Barone’s arrangements and compositions are consistently intriguing.”
––Don Heckman, Los Angeles Times