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Pete BarenBregge

Background Saxophonist, flutist and clarinetist Pete BarenBregge was born in Pittsburgh, PA. Growing up, the family lived in a number of locations but ended up in Wilmington, Delaware. Pete became hooked into music with the classic story of a dynamic band director and mentor, Hal Schiff, who inspired a student in whom he heard special musical talent. In high school, Pete really got in to music and achieved success on the tenor and alto saxophones, flute and clarinet and proceeded to win numerous awards at high school jazz festivals. Among the awards was a scholarship to the famed Stan Kenton Jazz Camp which became fertile ground for many jazz artists

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Rick Hirsch's Big Ol' Band: Pocono Git-Down

Read "Pocono Git-Down" reviewed by Jack Bowers

Even though the days of cross-country bus trips, one-night stands and regular appearances on radio and TV have long since vanished, big bands continue to dot the landscape on all corners of the map, from such large population hubs as New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, Miami, San Francisco and others to cities and towns so small ...

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Afro Bop Alliance Big Band: Revelation

Read "Revelation" reviewed by Jack Bowers

Revelation is the sixth recording by drummer Joe McCarthy's sixteen-year-old Afro Bop Alliance (the last three by the big band after three by smaller incarnations), the first that has come this way for review. As McCarthy's stalwart ensemble is based in the Washington, D.C. area, the supposition is that a number of topnotch armed services musicians ...

Point of Grace

Label: Unknown label
Released: 2003
Track listing: Ornettin

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The Pete BarenBregge: Point of Grace

Read "Point of Grace" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

A certain "sound" has been associated with respective jazz record labels since the 1940s. Blue Note had the "Blue Note" sound in the 1950s and ‘60s. Contemporary and Pacific Jazz had that "West Coast Sound." Other than Manfred Eicher’s ECM imprint, no other contemporary label has developed one like Tempe, Arizona’s Summit Records. Summit has come ...

PF Flyer

Label:
Released: 2002
Track listing: You Stepped Out Of A Dream, PF Flyer, Day Dreaming, I Love You, Song For TH, Out Of The Blue, What's New, The Summer Rain, Tones For Joan's Bones

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The Pete BarenBregge-Frank Russo Quartet: PF Flyer

Read "PF Flyer" reviewed by Craig W. Hurst

The CD PF Flyer recorded by the Washington D.C. based Pete BarenBregge - Frank Russo Quartet is a delightfully crafted album with a capital D.C. Adding this recording to your collection won’t disappoint you. The playing on the album represents top notch performing and well-honed musicianship. The 55 minutes and 8 seconds of music on the ...


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