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Labor of Love

Label: Alessa Records Jazz & Art
Released: 2019
Track listing: Nancy with the Laughing Face; Monochrome; I'm Glad there Is You; Labor of Love; You Know I Care; Spring City; When the Sun Comes Out; Momentum;

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Nancy With The Laughing Face

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Label: Alessa Records Jazz & Art
Released: 2019
Duration: 05:36

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Labor Of Love

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2007

Album

Labor of Love

Label: Chicago Lakeside Jazz
Released: 2000
Track listing: Reuben's Blues; Send in the Clowns; Just Friends; My Old Flame; All of Me*; My One and only Love; Take the "A" Train; When Sunny Gets Blue*; Samba Da Yo; A Little Minor Booze; Out of Nowhere; Malaguena

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Chicago Metropolitan Jazz Orch.: Labor of Love

Read "Labor of Love" reviewed by Dave Nathan


CMJO Leader Lenny King makes no bones about it. He looks to Stan Kenton and his great arrangers for his musical inspiration. The group plays in the style of the Kenton groups, not in imitation, but more in admiration. This album features arrangements by Bill Holman, Gene Roland, Marty Paich and Lennie Niehaus. It also has ...

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The Chicago Metropolitan Jazz Orchestra: Labor of Love

Read "Labor of Love" reviewed by Jack Bowers


The Chicago Metropolitan Jazz Orchestra’s first recording ( Live and Screamin’, a concert date from October–November ’97) was so impressive the thought here was that only a “labor of love” could possibly equal or surpass it. Well, the millennium has arrived, and with it the CMJO’s Labor of Love, and if the band’s second excursion can’t ...

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Labor Of Love

Label: Milestone Records
Released: 1985


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