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"Blues and the Abstract Truth" by John Vanore

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Stolen Moments
Record Label: Acoustical Concepts
By John Vanore
Released: 2017

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About the Album

Bandleader/composer John Vanore's "Stolen Moments" is a tribute to the legendary arranger/composer Oliver Nelson. For the album, Vanore pulled together an all-star 15-piece big-band featuring saxophonists Steve Wilson and Bob Mallach; trumpet players Tony Kadleck, Augie Haas, Jon Owens and Dave Ballou; Adam Unsworth and George Barnett on French horns; trombonists Ryan Keberle and Dave Taylor; and the rhythm section of pianist Jim Ridl, bassist Mike Richmond, drummer Danny Gottlieb, guitarist Greg Kettinger, and percussionist Beth Gottlieb. Vanore himself puts down the baton to take a stirring trumpet solo on the title track.

Track Listing

Self Help Is Needed; A Taste of Honey; Stolen Moments; El Gato; St. Louis Blues; Blues & the Abstract Truth; Greensleeves; I Hope in Time a Change Will Come; Reuben’s Rondo.

Personnel

John Vanore: conductor, arranger, trumpet (3); Tony Kadleck: trumpet, flugelhorn; Augie Haas: trumpet, flugelhorn; Jon Owens: trumpet, flugelhorn; Dave Ballou: trumpet, flugelhorn; Steve Wilson: alto, soprano sax, flute; Bob Malach: tenor sax, bass clarinet; Ryan Keberle: trombone; David Taylor: bass trombone; George Barnett: French horn; Adam Unsworth: French horn; Jim Ridl: piano; Greg Kettinger: guitar; Mike Richmond: bass; Danny Gottlieb: drums; Beth Gottlieb: percussion (4).

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Date featured

November 12, 2017

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