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Come and Get It!

Label: Max Frank Music
Released: 2019
Track listing: Come and Get It!; I’m Gonna Tell You Something; Delta Queen; Reflections; Je ne sais quoi; Takin’ a Walk; Le Metro; Nostalgia; Been There, Done That; Holly Marie; Latin Quarter; Revelry on Rivoli; At Seventeen; Washington and Lee Swing.

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Vosbein Magee Big Band: Come and Get It!

Read "Come and Get It!" reviewed by Jack Bowers


One conclusive way to appraise an album—big-band or otherwise—is by the emotional response it arouses in the listener. Come and Get it!, the debut recording by the Virginia-based Vosbein Magee Big Band, gives rise to warmth and happiness for a number of reasons, not least of which are an unbroken series of bright and impressive themes, ...

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Prime Time

Label: Max Frank Music
Released: 2018
Track listing: It’s a Jungle Out There; The Muppet Show Theme; Love Is All Around; Theme from Frasier; And Then There’s Maude; Jeopardy Theme; Night Court Theme; Movin’ on Up; Chico and the Man; Mannix Theme; Sanford and Son Theme; The Rockford Files.

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Tom Lundberg: Prime Time

Read "Prime Time" reviewed by Jack Bowers


It was only a matter of (prime) time until someone decided to lend a jazz spin to a number of nighttime television's most popular and enduring theme songs. The number here is twelve, the someone in question trombonist Tom Lundberg who leads a trim and versatile octet through its paces on the suitably named Prime Time, ...

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La Chanson Francaise

Label: Max Frank Music
Released: 2016
Track listing: En Maintenant; Quand on n’a Que L’Amour; L’Accordeoniste; Menilmontant; La Vie en Rose; La Boheme; Dans le Vieux Montmartre; Ne me Quitte Pas; La Mer; Que Reste t’il de Nos Amours; Boum; Non, Je ne Regrette Rien; Sous le Ciel de Paris.

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Terry Vosbein: La Chanson Francaise

Read "La Chanson Francaise" reviewed by Jack Bowers


There's something about the music of France that strikes a romantic chord in almost every heart. Even when writing about anguish, loneliness and ennui, the French have a way of encasing those emotions within beguiling melodies that somehow make the pain seem more endurable. It is this singular blend of gallic romance and sorrow that animates ...

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Jazz Scenes: Music from the Movies

Label: Max Frank Music
Released: 2013
Track listing: Pure Imagination; Alfie; Alfie’s Theme; I Wish I Knew; The Odd Couple; Charade; Chanson des Jumelles; Chanson de Maxence; Happy Feet; In the Heat of the Night; The Pink Panther Theme; Samba de Orfeu.

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Tom Artwick: Jazz Scenes: Music from the Movies

Read "Jazz Scenes: Music from the Movies" reviewed by Jack Bowers


A pleasant album of themes from various movies, seamlessly performed for an appreciative audience by five able musicians whose earnest labors affirm that there is an abundance of talented artists in this country whose endeavors pass largely unnoticed unless concerts such as this one are recorded and released so that a wider audience is able to ...

Album

Fleet Street

Label: Max Frank Music
Released: 2011

Album

Progressive Jazz 2009

Label: Max Frank Music
Released: 2009
Track listing: Artistry In Gillespie; Afternoon of a Faun; Cuban Pastorale; Walkin' by the River; Rhythms at Work; Don't Blame Me; Jumping Monkey; Johanna; Hambeth; Ahora es el Tiempo; Odin's Dream; The Real Princess.


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