The Soiree Band | No One Claps For The Low Notes

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No One Claps For The Low Notes

by The Soiree Band

Five horn and modern big band jazz, latin and rock with powerful vocals by New York vocalist, Christina Cataldo
Genre: Jazz: Modern Big Band
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1. The Feeling Music Brings Me
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2. In The Evening When The Sun Goes Down
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3. Funquiado
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4. Jeannine
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5. Wild Flower
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6. Gimme Some Lovin
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7. Since I Fell For You
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8. Song For Sharon
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9. Soul Searchin'
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10. Monk's Dream
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11. The Very Thought Of You
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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The Soiree Band is a Pittsburgh based horn band that has been working around the Greater Pittsburgh area for years. This is the second CD for the band, with a larger ensemble consisting of nine horns for half of the material and five horns for the remainder. There are strong arrangements by sax and flute player Ray Defade and guitarist Richard Engel. We are also happy to have an arrangement by Grammy award winner Dr. John Wilson on "Since I Fell For You". Dr.Wilson has recently worked with Nancy Wilson on her various projects at The Manchester Craftsmen's Guild in Pittsburgh. Add to this a wonderful singer from New York, Christina Cataldo, a recent Point Park University graduate with strong vocal and interpretive skills, and you get a great sense of what the Soiree Band likes to do.


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Max B and the RadioIndy.com Reviewer Team

Wonderful jazz CD
Shake up a dirty martini and throw on “No One Claps For The Low Notes,” the second jazz CD from Pittsburgh’s The Soiree Band. Now with a larger ensemble of nine horns, this modern big band is certain to get you tapping your foot and feeling the groove. The strong and solid brass section performs with intense precision and is well balanced by the supporting instruments. In addition to the swinging big band arrangements, this album delivers fine vocal expertise from talented singer Christina Cataldo as heard on jazz/soul ballads like “Since I Fell For You” and an original and energetic command on a classic cover of “Gimme Some Lovin.” “No One Claps For The Low Notes” is a dynamic album with a tonality that effectively matches the throwback classic styles of the big band era. You will be delighted to hear these fun and tasteful tunes with cool jazz style.

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Congratulations on GrIndie Award
RadioIndy is proud to present The Soiree Band a GrIndie Award for their CD "No One Claps For The Low Notes." A GrIndie Award is RadioIndy's stamp of approval that this CD is an excellent quality CD. Please join us in congratulating this artist on this accomplishment.