Timucua Brass Band | Mardi Gras at Timucua

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Mardi Gras at Timucua

by Timucua Brass Band

Energetic New Orleans Brass Band, all original music.
Genre: Jazz: Big Band
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1. Jelly's Rhythm
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2. Mintz Balls
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3. Lonna Dee
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4. Monday Night
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5. Elaku
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6. Le Blues Gras
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7. Da Blews
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8. Nice and Warm
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9. Slander
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10. Let the Good Times Jelly Roll
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11. Dowg
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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The Timucua Brass Band is composed of 9 musicians from Orlando, all brass and a drummer.

Benoit Glazer (Conductor at Cirque du Soleil), Mike Iapichino (Sam Rivers, TomorrowLand Band), Keith Oshiro (Maynard Ferguson, TomorrowLand Band), James Hosmer (Future Corps, TomorrowLand Band), Rex Wertz (Sam Rivers, Rich Walker), Alain Bradette (Cirque du Soleil), dalton Hagler (New-Orlans and Mississippi Queen), Dan Martel (Montreal Jubilation Gospel Choir), Josh Parsons (TomorrowLand Band), Ed Metz Jr. (Count Basie).

All the music is composed and arranged by Benoit Glazer for the band, which was formed three years ago. The music was performed three years running at the Timucua Concert Series with enormous success. A tour is in the works.

The band is tight and energetic, and the music a unique blend of Bop, Funk, and traditional New-Orleans Brass Band music.

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Jim Yedloutschnig

Very fine writing and musicianship!
As a professional brass player, I am always interested in different musical styles and the compositions on this CD really held my interest. The cat on the Sousaphone is amazing, as he has the formidable challenge of keeping the time alive while laying down some very hip rhythmic lines. The solos are excellent and remain true to the style of each composition. I was particularly impressed by the range, flexibility, and sound of the two trumpets. This is no-nonsense playing and well worth checking out.