|1||Once Is Not Enough||5:39|
|3||You Made A Good Move||7:37|
|4||Dementia, My Darling||6:59|
|5||Sweet And Lovely||5:46|
|8||Fly Me To The Moon (In Other Words)||2:50|
|9||Tryin' To Make My Blues Turn Green||6:37|
Known for his big-band or small ensemble recordings, Frank Wess uses a nine-piece band for the first time in his long, storied career to make easy going swinging jazz in the tradition of his former boss, Count Basie. The masterful tenor saxophonist, arranger, and most notably, composer, has assembled an impressive group, featuring trombonist Steve Turre, saxophonists Scott Robinson, and Ted Nash, trumpeters Terell Stafford and Frank Greene, and the dynamite rhythm section of drummer Winard Harper, bassist Peter Washington, and especially impressive young pianist Gerald Cannon
On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. All materials are provided for educational purposes. Released at: This album was released on the label Labeth Music (catalog number 101). This album was released in 2009 year. US. Format of the release is. CD, Album.
Once Is Not Enough is an audacious recording that follows his most recent collaboration with Hank Jones on Hank and Frank II (Lineage Records, 2009), with six original compositions and three covers tastefully arranged to feature the many soloists on his hand-picked nine-piece ensemble. Among the members of the Frank Wess Nonet are trumpeters Terell Stafford and Frank Greene, trombonist Steve Turre, altoist Ted Nash and baritone/bass saxophonist Scott Robinson, with bassist Peter Washington, pianist Gerald Clayton and drummer Winard Harper rounding out the rhythm section . Known affectionately as "Magic" to his professional colleagues, Frank Wess is a living legend in the jazz world.
Cover Art. Tracklist. CD 1. 1. Once Is Not Enough. length: 5:45 membranophone: Winard Harper piano: Gerald Clayton trumpet: Frank Greene and Terell Stafford bass: Peter Washington trombone: Steve Turre. length: 8:28 membranophone: Winard Harper piano: Gerald Clayton trumpet: Frank Greene and Terell Stafford bass: Peter Washington trombone: Steve Turre. 3. You Made a Good Move. length: 7:43 membranophone: Winard Harper piano: Gerald Clayton trumpet: Frank Greene and Terell Stafford bass: Peter Washington trombone: Steve Turre. 4. Dementia, My Darling.
Frank Wellington Wess (January 4, 1922 – October 30, 2013) was an American jazz saxophonist and flautist. Wess was born in Kansas City, MO, the son of a principal father and a schoolteacher mother. He began with classical music training and played in Oklahoma in high school. He later switched to jazz on moving to Washington, D. C. and by nineteen was working with Big Bands. His career was interrupted during World War II although he did play with a military band in the period. After leaving the military, he joined Billy Eckstine's orchestra. Southern Comfort released: 2012. Once Is Not Enough released: 2009. Hank and Frank II released: 2009. Hank and Frank released: 2006. Opus In Swing released: 2005. The Frank Wess Quartet released: 2004.
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Artist: Frank Wess Quartet Title Of Album: Ménage à Bleu Year Of Release: 2012 Label: Labeth Music. Personnel: - Frank Wess - tenor sax, flute Joey DeFrancesco - organ Paul Bollenback - guitar Byron Landham - drums. Has been played on. United States 1. TheJazzGroove. com - channel 1. Russia 1.
Once is not Enough, Frank Wess’ newest release is capturing his optimism and romanticism very well. All the nonet pieces are full of light-hearted energy which reminds listener of Frank’s long career with the Basie Band. Another Basie alumni, Mr. Dennis Mackrel’s arrangements of Frank’s originals are dynamic, strong and musical
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