“Soldiering” by Tyler Gilmore's Ninth and Lincoln with Cuong Vu
This was one of the best big band albums of 2011, featuring musicians from an under-recognized strong Colorado jazz scene. On the Dazzle Records label, started very recently by a Denver jazz club and which has put out some excellent albums in a short period of time. Highly recommended.
This piece is a musical de-construction of the WWII soldier song "No More Soldiering for Me", based upon the hymn "What a Friend We Have in Jesus". It features Cuong Vu on Trumpet.
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