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Legacy - The Last Sessions

Label: Empressario
Released: 2006
Track listing: Nessun Dorma; Take The "A" Train; Stormy Weather; Why Don't You Do Right; Overtime; Angel Eyes; Jordu; Round Midnight; Love For Sale.

Legacy -- The Last Sessions

Label: Empressario
Released: 2006
Track listing: Nessun Dorma; Take the

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

The Paul Cacia Jazz Orchestra: Legacy - The Last Sessions

Read "Legacy - The Last Sessions" reviewed by Edward Blanco

A trumpeter whose high-register playing style has been compared to the late Maynard Ferguson, Paul Cacia releases his tenth album and first in the last fifteen years with Legacy--The Last Sessions. It's essentially a compilation of studio sets during the years from 1991 to 2005 recorded with some degree of participation from 25 well-known big name ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

The Paul Cacia Jazz Orchestra: Legacy -- The Last Sessions

Read "Legacy -- The Last Sessions" reviewed by Jack Bowers

If name-dropping were a criterion, Paul Cacia's Legacy would surely be among the most notable albums in the annals of jazz. The booklet lists no fewer than 25 special guests, including a quartet of legendary arrangers--Sammy Nestico, Ernie Wilkins, Bill Holman and Pete Rugolo. Would that names were all that was needed to guarantee success. Not ...


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