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UNC Vocal Jazz Ensembles
Hot IX: United Jazz Artists

Song NameComposer
Bam Bam BamRay Brown
Caravan
A Sleeping Bee
Quiet Now
You're Nobody
Got to Get You Into My Life
You Can Call Me Al
Mack the Knife
Ray IdeaRay Brown
Singin' In The Rain
If I Only Had A Brain
Scat Blues in C
A Night In Tunisia
For All We Know
We
Get On Your Feet

Directed by Gene Aitken

Master director and educator Gene Aitken of the famed University of Northern Colorado's Jazz Studies Program shows off three of his best groups on "Hot IX," mixed-voice jazz quintet the Axidentals, who are accompanied by a hot jazz band on 8 songs like Duke Ellington's "Caravan," Paul Simon's "You Can Call Me Al" and Kurt Weil's "Mack the Knife," also perform one nice a cappella cut, "Quiet Now." 3-men, 3-women a cappella ensemble Et Cetera then gives us nice covers of "Singing In The Rain," Harold Arlen's "If I Only Had a Brain" and Randy Crenshaw's "Scat Blues in C." All woman jazz quartet Sus 4 finishes with a hot accompanied cover of Dizzy Gillespie's "A Night in Tunisia," a moody a cappella cover of "For All We Know," and accompanied covers of "We" and Gloria Estefan's "Get On Your Feet." This is another strong, spirited collection from these 3 great UNC jazz ensembles.

Item code: 7644C | 1 CD | $14.95 add item to cart
Vocal Jazz | Primarily a cappella | Mixed
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