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Wants to Dance by Scott Reeves

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Album Title: Portraits and Places
Label: Origin Records
Released: 2016

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Punchy, bright, caffeinated big band. Rushes along with shrill determination.

About the Album

From the Scott Reeves Jazz Orchestra CD "Portraits and Places." Composed by Scott Reeves and featuring Steve Wilson on alto saxophone.

Track Listing

The Soulful Mr. Williams; 3 ‘n 2; Osaka June; Aguas de Marco; L & T Suite (Who Wants to Dance / A Trombonist’s Tale / Hip Kitty); Last Call.

Personnel

Scott Reeves
Scott Reeves

trombone

Additional Personnel

Scott Reeves: conductor, composer, arranger, alto flugelhorn; Seneca Black: trumpet, flugelhorn; Nathan Eklund: trumpet, flugelhorn; Bill Mobley: trumpet, flugelhorn; Andy Gravish: trumpet, flugelhorn; Steve Wilson: alto, soprano sax, flute; Vito Chiavuzzo: alto sax, flute; Rob Middleton: tenor sax, clarinet; Tim Armacost: tenor sax, clarinet; Jay Brandford: baritone sax, bass clarinet (1, 4); Terry Goss: baritone sax, bass clarinet (2, 3, 5-8); Tim Sessions: trombone; Matt McDonald: trombone; Matt Haviland: trombone; Max Seigel: bass trombone; Jim Ridl: piano; Todd Coolman: bass; Andy Watson: drums; Sara Serpa: voice (3, 4); Emi Miyajima Nobe, Yuzuki Nobe: Japanese dialogue (3).

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April 4, 2016

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