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The Jazz Ambassadors Of The United States Army Field Band - Prospects album

The Jazz Ambassadors Of The United States Army Field Band - Prospects album
Performer: The Jazz Ambassadors Of The United States Army Field Band
Title: Prospects
Released: 2005
Style: Big Band
Genre: Jazz
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 479
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MP3 size: 1235 mb
FLAC size: 1351 mb

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1 'Round Fat Night
Arranged By – SSG Todd Harrison*Orchestrated By – MSG Vince Norman*
6:50
2 Blue In Green
Arranged By – MSG (Ret.) Eric Richards*
7:41
3 Prospects
Composed By – SFC Jeffrey Lopez*
5:13
4 Michelle
Arranged By – SGM Darryl Brenzel*
7:45
5 You Are My Sunshine
Arranged By – MSG Vince Norman*
7:37
6 Layover In San Juan
Composed By – SGM Eugene Thorne*
6:53
7 A Simple Shuffle
Composed By – SGM Darryl Brenzel*
7:59
8 Stephanie's Song
Composed By – SGM Eugene Thorne*
9:21
9 Hidden Agenda
Composed By – MSG (Ret.) Eric Richards*
6:46
10 If Ever I Would Leave You
Arranged By – Oliver Nelson
2:03
11 Seattle Drew And The Reverend Fu
Arranged By – MSG Vince Norman*Composed By – MSG Kevin Watt*
5:06

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  • Recorded At – Devers Hall, Fort Meade
  • Mastered At – Wolf Productions Inc.

Credits

  • Alto Saxophone – Sergeant First Class Andrew Layton*, Sergeant Major Darryl Brenzel*
  • Artwork [Cover] – SGM Pat Dillon*
  • Baritone Saxophone – Sergeant Major Eugene Thorne*
  • Bass – Sergeant First Class Jeff Lopez*
  • Bass Trombone – Master Sergeant Homer Ruckle*
  • Directed By – Chief Warrant Officer Kevin Laird*
  • Drums, Percussion – Staff Sergeant Todd Harrison*
  • Engineer [Assistant Audio] – MSG Kevin Watt*
  • Executive-Producer – CW4 Kevin Laird*
  • Guitar – Master Sergeant Steve Cosper*
  • Layout – MSG Cathy Miller*, SGM Pat Dillon*
  • Liner Notes – SFC Andrew Layton*
  • Mastered By – Bill Wolf
  • Mixed By – MSG Chris Dodrill*
  • Photography By – SFC Jeff Adams*
  • Piano – Sergeant First Class Tim Young*
  • Producer – Master Sergeant Kevin Watt*
  • Recorded By, Mixed By – SGM Tony Sturba*
  • Tenor Saxophone – Sergeant Major Pat Dillon*, Master Sergeant Vince Norman*
  • Trombone – Sergeant First Class Chris Buckholz*, Sergeant First Class Jeff Adams*, Master Sergeant Mike Buckley*
  • Trumpet – Sergeant First Class Jack Wengrosky*, Sergeant Major John Brye*, Master Sergeant Kevin Watt*, Sergeant First Class Michael Johnston*, Master Sergeant Rick Aspel*
  • Vibraphone, Percussion – Chief Warrant Officer Kevin Laird*
  • Vocals – Sergeant First Class Marva Lewis*

Notes

Recorded March 16-26, 2001 at Devers Hall, Fort George G. Meade, MD.

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