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Maynard Ferguson - 1964 - The New Sounds Of MF And His Orchestra (1994) The sound was not all that new but the label was as Maynard Ferguson and his orchestra, which had just concluded a long association with Roulette, switched briefly to Cameo. The big band was still in prime form, playing both swing standards and originals with power, swing and spirit. In addition to Ferguson's screaming trumpet, altoist Lanny Morgan, Willie Maiden and Frank Vicari on tenors, baritonist Ronnie Cuber and pianist Mike Abene are heard from prominently while Abene, Maiden and Don Sebesky contribute most of the arrangements. This rare LP (which has not yet been reissued on CD) is worth the search. (AllMusic) Well, it seems that it has been reissued (in '94), so enjoy it. Track list: 01 - Chicago 02 - Gravy Waltz 03 - Cherokee 04 - One O'clock Jump 05 - Bossa Nova De Funk 06 - Whisper Not 07 - Take The A Train 08 - At The Sound Of The Trumpet 09 - Maine Bone 10 - Watermelon Man 11 - Danny Boy 12 - Groove 13 - Country Boy 14 - We've Got A World That Swings 15 - Naked City Theme 16 - Blues For A Four String Quitar 17 - I'm Getting Sentimental Over You 18 - New Hope 19 - Come Blow Your Horn 20 - Antony And Cleopatra Theme Split with Medieval. Sorry. Enjoy and share!
|1964 - The New Sounds Of MF And His Orchestra (1994) FLAC/01 - Chicago.flac||37.563 MB|
|1964 - The New Sounds Of MF And His Orchestra (1994) FLAC/06 - Whisper Not.flac||35.356 MB|
|1964 - The New Sounds Of MF And His Orchestra (1994) FLAC/04 - One O'clock Jump.flac||33.989 MB|