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Shirley's gone to get her hair set and Ernie is waxing the car...don't you know. Name that era? The good old days, when big band accompaniment went everywhere.
"Two In Love" is the eighth track from the 2003 CD "Big Band Reflections of Cole Porter," it is an original composition by Jack Cooper. Jack Cooper is the musical director for the Jazz Orchestra of the Delta, he established the group in 1999. The tune is a contrafact of Cole Porter's "I Love You."
1. "It's All Right With Me"; 2. "Love For Sale"; 3. "Night and Day"; 4. "Twelve"; 5. "So In Love"; 6. "Ev'rything I Love"; 7. "From This Moment On"; 8. "Two In Love"; 9. "What Is This Thing Called Love"
Jack Cooper, music director, arranger; John Lux, alto sax, flute; Mike Krepper, alto sax, flute, clarinet; Tom Link, tenor sax, flute, clarinet; Andre Marlin, Jeff Huddleston, tenor sax, flute; Michael Scott, baritone sax, flute, bass clarinet; David Spencer, Reid McCoy, Ward Yager, Tom Clary, trumpet, flugelhorn; Greg Luscomb, Milton Aldana, Lance Green, Ken Spain, Jack Brumbaugh, trombone; Bill Flores, bass trombone; Kerry Mavassagh, guitar; Alvie Givhan, Gene Rush (6), piano; Tim Goodwin, Sam Shoup, bass; Bo Harris, James Sexton, drums; Ed Murray (2, 8), Latin percussion. Special guest artists —Marvin Stamm, trumpet; Sandra Dudley, vocals.
January 12, 2014
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