New Jazz Standards – Scott Whitfield

New Jazz Standards – Scott Whitfield

Label: Summit Records

Release date: Oct. 2016

Catalog number: 683

Tracks:

> Prudence
comp: Carl Saunders
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> More Wine
comp: Carl Saunders
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> Big Darlin
comp: Carl Saunders
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> Melodocity
comp: Carl Saunders
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> I Remember Thad
comp: Carl Saunders
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> B Squad Blues
comp: Carl Saunders
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> Gamma Count
comp: Carl Saunders
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> Lolly's Folly
comp: Carl Saunders
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> Juarez
comp: Carl Saunders
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> Another Tune for Bernie
comp: Carl Saunders
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> Last Night's Samba
comp: Carl Saunders
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> Symphonky Blues
comp: Carl Saunders
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Powerhouse jazz trombonist, Scott Whitfield, shows his remarkable instinct, soul and musical ability on Carl Saunders incredibly ‘crafted’ musical compositions…The first in the series, Sam Most, New Jazz Standards Vol. 1, illustrated Saunders unique ability to compose memorable music…Volume 2 expands on that with the Trombone-wizardry of Scott Whitfield and a world-class rhythm section with a tremendous amount ofexperience leading the way…including jazz veteran, Peter Erskine on drums…

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Critically acclaimed Scott Whitfield (trombonist, composer, arranger, and vocalist) is internationally recognized for his work with many contemporary big bands, including those of Toshiko Akiyoshi, Johnny Mandel, Clare Fischer, Bill Holman, Bob Florence, and his own Scott Whitfield Jazz Orchestras (East and West).

Saunders has worked with Stan Kenton, Bobby Sherwood, Ella Fitzgerald, Tony Bennett, Frank Sinatra, Paul Anka, Robert Goulet, Harry James, Maynard Ferguson, Benny Goodman, Charlie Barnet, and many more and has called Scott Whitfield the great jazz trombonist he has had the pleasure to work with….

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