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University Of North Texas One O'Clock Lab Band, University Of North Texas All-Star Alumni Band - 50th Anniversary Reunion Concert mp3 flac download

University Of North Texas One O'Clock Lab Band, University Of North Texas All-Star Alumni Band - 50th Anniversary Reunion Concert mp3 flac download

University Of North Texas One O'Clock Lab Band
50th Anniversary Reunion Concert
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The 50th Reunion Tour was a 2012 world concert tour by The Beach Boys, an American rock band. The tour marked the first time since 1965 that founding member Brian Wilson had performed on a full tour with the band, although from 1965 to 1996 he did join them in select shows and appearances. The tour also marked the first time that The Beach Boys had played at the Hollywood Bowl since 1967, having sold it out both times

One O'Clock Lab Band. Directed by Alan Baylock Lab 2017 1. My Shining Hour by Harold Arlen, Johnny Mercer, arr. by Brandon Moore (5:34) Luke Wingfield, trumpet Kyle Bellaire, alto saxophone. Kenny Wheeler at North Texas (2 CDs) Disc one: Smatta', Where Do We Go From Here, Mark Time Disc two: The Sweet Time Suite: Part One - Opening, Part Two - Kind Folk, Part Three - For Jan, Part Four - For . Part Five - Know Where You Are, Part Six - Consolation, Part Seven - Freddy . Part Eight - Closing. Band Members: (Saxophones) Jeff Robbins, David Pietro, John Nugent, Ray Herrmann, James Farnsworth; (Trumpets) Mike Williams, John Veurink, Bob Lark, Magnus Broo, Todd Davidson; (Trombones) Steve Wiest, Scott Whitfield, Bret Zvacek, Eddie Clark, Nate Lynch; (Rhythm) Stefan Karlsson, Bruce Saunders, Tony Scherr, Dan Wojciechowski, Lee Ann Harris.

The University of North Texas is situated in Denton, a city of roughly 120,000 less than an hour's drive northwest from Dallas, Fort Worth. To students at UNT as well as its year-round residents, Denton is home, even if in the former case a home away from home. And speaking of home, the university is home to the country's oldest and most celebrated Jazz Studies program, anchored by the superlative One O'Clock Lab Band whose members are special and whose alumni comprise a who's who of top-rank professional jazz musicians. Analysis aside, all that needs to be known is that this is the One O'Clock Lab Band at its music-making best. Track Listing: Take the A Train; Old West; Somewhere on the 33rd Parallel; Denton Standard Time; As Time Goes By; Will or Would?

North Texas has several lab bands, each bearing the name of their respective rehearsal times. When Leon Breeden took over the Lab Band Program in 1959, there were four lab bands, then referred to as "Units:" One O'Clock, Two O'Clock, Three O'Clock, and Five O'Clock. At that time, the Two O'Clock was the premier band, known as Laboratory Dance Band A. History. By vote, members of the One O'Clock selected all the compositions. This was and still is the only time that an entire Lab Band album has been composed and arranged by a single student member. Got a Match" was arranged by Mike Bogle (UNT MM/Jazz '87 MM/Mas '89).

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University of North Texas College of Music 13. 44 views. Ray Noble (1903-1978) arr. Alan Baylock Howi Dietz, alto sax soloist. Disney All-American College Band 2018: Lead Trumpet Audition.

The One O'Clock Lab Band is the seven-time Grammy Award-nominated premiere performing ensemble of the world's first jazz studies program founded and housed at The University of North Texas College of Music. Established in 1946, Jazz Studies at UNT is renown as the most storied jazz studies tradition in the world

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1 One O'Clock Lab Band* Gazing On The Mindless Exapnse
Written-By – Chip McNeill
2 One O'Clock Lab Band* April In Paris
Arranged By – Bob GraettingerWritten-By – E.Y. Harburg, Vernon Duke
3 One O'Clock Lab Band* F.M.
Written-By – Lyle Mays
4 One O'Clock Lab Band* Cherry Blossoms
Written-By – Yumiko Sunami
5 One O'Clock Lab Band* The Miles Files
Written-By – Steve Wiest
6 One O'Clock Lab Band* Values
Written-By – Neil Slater
7 One O'Clock Lab Band* Got A Match?
Arranged By – Mike BogleWritten-By – Chick Corea
8 One O'Clock Lab Band* Secret Love
Arranged By – Jack CortnerWritten-By – Webster*, Fain*
9 All-Star Alumni Band* Green Dolphin Street
Arranged By – Dean ParksWritten-By – Bronislau Kaper*, Ned Washington
10 All-Star Alumni Band* Low Down
Written-By – Thad Jones
11 All-Star Alumni Band* Granada Smoothie
Written-By – Mark Taylor
12 All-Star Alumni Band* Ellington Medley
Written-By – Strayhorn*, Ellington*
13 All-Star Alumni Band* Looking With New Eyes
Written-By – Lou Marini
14 All-Star Alumni Band* Stomping At The Savoy
Written-By – Benny Goodman, Chick Webb, Edgar Sampson
15 All-Star Alumni Band* Threshold
Written-By – Pat Williams*
16 All-Star Alumni Band* Rabble Rouser
Written-By – Billy Byers
17 All-Star Alumni Band* Moon River
Arranged By – Darius Nordal*Written-By – Henry Mancini
18 All-Star Alumni Band* A Good Time Was Had By All
Written-By – Thad Jones
19 All-Star Alumni Band* Doodle Oodle
Written-By – Billy Byers


  • Bass – Mike Blanco* (tracks: 1 to 8), Tony Scherr (tracks: 9 to 19)
  • Bass Trombone – Joshua Brown (tracks: 1 to 8)
  • Cameraman – Chuck Weatherall, Scott Burnett
  • Cameraman [Additional] – Bruce Warner , Danny Salazar, Heather Matson
  • Directed By – Leon Breeden (tracks: 9 to 19), Neil Slater (tracks: 1 to 8)
  • Drums – Ed Soph (tracks: 9 to 19), Woody Berner (tracks: 1 to 8)
  • Engineer – Don Anderson
  • Guitar – Jack Peterson* (tracks: 9 to 19), Jerry Tyson (tracks: 1 to 8)
  • Lighting – Ray Fikes
  • Percussion – Gene Glover (tracks: 9 to 19), Michael Duffy (tracks: 1 to 8)
  • Piano – Dan Haerle (tracks: 9 to 19), Pavel Wlosok (tracks: 1 to 8)
  • Producer [Production Assistant] – Bo Griffin, Giorgi Khaburzania, J.D. Peavler
  • Producer, Directed By, Edited By – Duncan Engler
  • Saxophone – Art Hays (tracks: 1 to 8), Beverly Dahlke-Smith (tracks: 9 to 19), Chad Makela (tracks: 1 to 8), Dan Higgins (tracks: 9 to 19), Jacob Duncan (tracks: 1 to 8), Jim Riggs (tracks: 9 to 19), Lou Marini (tracks: 9 to 19), Randy Lee (tracks: 9 to 19), Zack Hexum (tracks: 1 to 8)
  • Saxophone [Lead] – Jason Moss (tracks: 1 to 8)
  • Trombone – Bill Guthrie (tracks: 9 to 19), Brandon Moodie (tracks: 1 to 8), Chris Seiter (tracks: 9 to 19), Greg McCrea (tracks: 1 to 8), Jim Clark (tracks: 9 to 19), Paul Compton (tracks: 1 to 8), Steve Wiest (tracks: 9 to 19), Tom Malone (tracks: 9 to 19)
  • Trombone [Lead] – Mike Bravin* (tracks: 1 to 8)
  • Trumpet – Clay Jenkins (tracks: 9 to 19), Chris Stephens* (tracks: 1 to 8), Eric Guerrero (tracks: 1 to 8), Gary Grant (tracks: 9 to 19), Jay Saunders (tracks: 9 to 19), John Thomas (tracks: 9 to 19), Kavan Manson (tracks: 1 to 8), Marvin Stamm (tracks: 9 to 19), Randy Burgeson (tracks: 1 to 8)
  • Trumpet [Lead] – Adolfo Acosta (tracks: 1 to 8)


One O'Clock Band Credits and tech credits taken from screen shots of the video because they are not on the case.