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. . .Out of Nowhere

Label: TJO
Released: 2013
Track listing: Bug in a Rug; Out of Nowhere; Lonesome Boulevard; Embarcadero; Cars and Coffee; I’ll Take Romance; Charade; Beautiful Love; Baby Elephant Walk; Whatever Possessed Me?; Romaine; Sunset Eyes; El Gaucho.

Album

. . .Out of Nowhere

Label: TJO
Released: 2013

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Article: Album Review

Octobop: . . .Out of Nowhere

Read ". . .Out of Nowhere" reviewed by Jack Bowers


With Octobop, what you see (and hear) is what you get: “octo," as in octet, and “bop," as in swinging, straight-from-the-shoulder jazz as practiced by the legendary masters who rewrote the music's vocabulary in the '40s, '50s and '60s. Saxophonist and prime mover Geoff Roach leads the California-based group on its sixth CD, Out of Nowhere, ...

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. . .Out of Nowhere

Label: TJO
Released: 2000
Track listing: The Song Is You; Pensativa; A Warm Breeze; More Than You Know; Almost Like Being in Love; When Sunny Gets Blue; Doodle Oodle; What a Wonderful World; Out of Nowhere; Body and Soul; Spring Can Really Hang You Up the Most; Our Love Is Here to Stay; Cheek to Cheek (69:56).

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The Toledo Jazz Orchestra: . . .Out of Nowhere

Read ". . .Out of Nowhere" reviewed by Jack Bowers


Those who declaim that the big bands are dead should be required to listen to Track 1 of the Toledo Jazz Orchestra’s . . .Out of Nowhere (and perhaps the title track as well). It would be difficult to envision a livelier group of corpses! Indeed, there is nothing in the least “dead” about this album, ...


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