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Shout Me Out!

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Released: 2001
Track listing: Shout Me Out!; Max; Plunger Mute Syndrome; Yellow Flowers After; Grizzly; Day by Day; Nice to Meet You; One for Horace Tapscott; Barbara

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

The Clayton-Hamilton Jazz Orchestra: Shout Me Out!

Read "Shout Me Out!" reviewed by Jack Bowers

If there were an award for “most improved big band,” the opinion here is that the C–HJO would win going away, as its two most recent albums ( Explosive!, with vibraphonist Milt Jackson, and now Shout Me Out! ) have moved well beyond its earlier endeavors to prove beyond any doubt that this is one of ...

Shout Me Out!

Label:
Released: 2000
Track listing: Shout Me Out; Max (1999); Plunger Mute Syndrome; Yellow Flowers After; Grizzly; Day by Day; Nice to Meet You; One for Horace Tapscott; Barbara

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Clayton-Hamilton Jazz Orchestra: Shout Me Out!

Read "Shout Me Out!" reviewed by Jim Santella

There’s a kind of instrumental music that is so loud and annoying that it will bring out the earplugs and go right through your chest. And then, there’s another kind of instrumental music that sways like semi-liquid through the room in a never-ending stream of lightweight embellishment. Although these forms of entertainment appeal to a wide ...


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