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Klaus Mayer Big Band - Swing Nights (2015)

24-02-2016, 21:32
Jazz | Vocal Jazz

Title: Swing Nights
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: Self Released
Genre: Jazz: Big Band, Vocals, Swing
Quality: 320 kbps
Total Time: 39:03
Total Size: 106 MB

1. Fly Me To The Moon (2:40)
2. Deed I Do (3:08)
3. Night And Day (3:33)
4. At Last (4:19)
5. Comes Love (3:57)
6. It Don't Mean A Thing (2:00)
7. I´ve Got The World On A String (3:01)
8. Cheek To Cheek (3:39)
9. Teach Me Tonight (3:48)
10. Time After Time (2:48)
11. Bei Mir Bist Du Schoen (4:23)
12. When You're Smiling/The Sheik Of Araby (1:39)

Exciting collection of big band song and swing from Mexico´s premier big band. Interpreted by young and talented musicians from Guadalajara, Mexico (the youngest one being 16 years old) under the direction of the Austrian saxophonist and bandleader Klaus Mayer. Features a young vocalist whose exceptional talent has led her to develop a unique and intriguing style that exudes youth yet reminds one of the maturity, brilliance and freshness of the great ladies of song Billy Holiday, Ella Fitzgerald and Etta James. Klaus Mayer, Austrian citizen, who left his country to play jazz in the US and then moved to Mexico where he found fertile grounds and acceptance for his music, formed the band in 2009 inviting young instrumentalists of Guadalajara, Mexico hungry to learn the craft of playing jazz and big band. Initially the band had five horns (term musicians use for wind instruments), a rhythm section of three (piano, bass and drums) and a singer. Over the next six years the instrumentation expanded and now there are five saxophones, three trumpets, three trombones, piano, guitar, drums, bass and vocals. The band has performed with some of Mexico´s famous rock singers like Jose Fors (Cuca), Ugo Rodriguez (Azul Violeta), Sara Valenzuela (La Dosis) and other singers and songwriters like Ricardo Caballero (La Academia), Paola Vergara, Jaramar, Henry Reneau (Afro Brothers) among others. The band is a steady at Mexico´s jazz festivals. It also has done concerts with some important jazz players and big band directors who live in the US like Alex Sipiagin (Mingus Big Band, Dave Holland Sextet), Boris Kozlov (Mingus Big Band), Pete Rodriguez (Celia Cruz, Johnny Pacheco, Tito Puente), Dave Douglas (SF Jazz Collective, John Zorn). The band has steadily expanded its repertoires starting out studying the styles of the orchestras of Frank Sinatra, Ella Fitzgerald, Buddy Rich, Glenn Miller, Duke Ellington, Count Basie.

Armando González (Gerzz) 1st tenor and bass trombone
Hugo Ayanegui 2nd tenor trombone (Trombone solo on Comes Love)
Adrián Nava 3rd tenor trombone
Samuel Flores Bass and additional tenor trombones
Rodrigo Sandoval additional tenor trombone

José Luis Alemán 1st and additional trumpet
Oliver García 2nd trumpet
Cesar López 3rd trumpet
Omar Rosales 4th trumpet
Chai Flores additional trumpets

Sara Ventura Sax 1st Alto Sax
Fernando García 2nd Alto Sax
Klaus Mayer Sax 1st Tenor and Baritone Sax
Juan Daniel Morfín Sax 2nd Tenor Sax

Rhythm section:
Alejandro Castro Bass
Jorge González Piano
Andrés Gallegos Drums
Erik Kasten Guitar

Ana Sandoval

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ogutierrez   User offline   25 February 2016 22:41

Thank you v. m.

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Dave1938   User offline   1 March 2016 20:56

Hi Kamane, I thought this album must be one of your posts, what a superb album and I love "Ana Sandoval" vocals with the big band backing. Thank you! Best wishes, Dave.

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