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John Allmark

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You Are There

Label: Whaling City Sound
Released: 2021
Track listing: Dearly Beloved; Inside A Silent Tear; Let's Eat Home; You Are There; How Deep Is The Ocean; You'll See; The Shadow Of Your Smile; Autumn Leaves; Alone At Last; Never Let Me Go; I Hear Music/How High The Moon; My Old Friend

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Big band bebop at its finest

Big band bebop at its finest

A 17-day family road trip brought me back to Rhode Island for the second time in a month, returning in September, not long after my August visit to cover the Newport Jazz Festival. The scheduling gods worked their magic for this September journey. In other words, I got to hear the splendid John Allmark Jazz Orchestra ...

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Exceptional jazz with firepower

Exceptional jazz with firepower

John Allmark’s Monday evenings at the Met Café in Pawtucket, RI generally feature his very fine big band. This past Monday, Allmark presented his octet, a brass-rich band that gives each player a bit more time in the spotlight than the big-band format permits. For that evening, the horn line included Allmark on trumpet, Tucker Antell ...

Album

The John Allmark Jazz Orchestra Featuring Clay Osborne

Label: Whaling City Sound
Released: 2001
Track listing: Bye Bye Blackbird; Shopping Mall Blues; There Is no Greater Love; My Foolish Heart; Don't Get Around Much Anymore; Old Folks; Just One of Those Things; The Shadow of Your Smile; I Love You; Here's That Rainy Day; Moody Street; Georgia on My Mind

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Article: Album Review

John Allmark Jazz Orchestra: The John Allmark Jazz Orchestra Featuring Clay Osborne

Read "The John Allmark Jazz Orchestra Featuring Clay Osborne" reviewed by Dave Nathan


John Allmark has been fine tuning his jazz orchestra for six years culminating in this their maiden album. Not only has Allmark garnered top jazz players from the New England area, e.g., trombone player Rick Stepton and first call bassist, Marshall Wood, he has also obtained the services of New York arranger Robert Freedman. The outcome ...


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