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Two In Love

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Label: Summit Records
Released: 2003
Duration: 5:22

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Big Band Reflections Of Cole Porter

Label: Lipstick Records
Released: 2003

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Big Band Reflections of Cole Porter

Label: Unknown label
Released: 2003

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Big Band Reflections of Cole Porter

Label: Summit Records
Released: 2003
Track listing: 1. "It's All Right With Me"; 2. "Love For Sale"; 3. "Night and Day"; 4. "Twelve"; 5. "So In Love"; 6. "Ev'rything I Love"; 7. "From This Moment On"; 8. "Two In Love"; 9. "What Is This Thing Called Love"

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Jack Cooper: Big Band Reflections of Cole Porter

Read "Big Band Reflections of Cole Porter" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey


The Jazz Orchestra of the Delta is a 17-member big band lead by Jack Cooper and, on this present recording, featuring trumpeter Marvin Stamm and vocalist Sandra Dudley. The Memphis-based group and special guests direct their attention here to the music composed and inspired by Cole Porter. Dr. Cooper spent the better part of the last ...

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Jack Cooper: Big Band Reflections of Cole Porter

Read "Big Band Reflections of Cole Porter" reviewed by Jack Bowers


The Delta in the Jazz Orchestra's name refers to the Mississippi Delta, specifically around Memphis, TN, where the five-year-old JOD is based. Formed in 1998 by composer / arranger Jack Cooper, the eighteen-piece ensemble is comprised of some of the finest professional jazz and studio musicians in the area. On its debut album, Big ...


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