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Label: TJS
Released: 2001
Track listing: Minor Bop; Here


The Toledo Jazz Orchestra: Groovin'

Read "Groovin'" reviewed by Jack Bowers

While Toledo isn’t usually thought of as a hotbed of contemporary Jazz, they must be doing something right in that northwestern Ohio city on the shores of Lake Erie, as Groovin’ is the second outstanding album in the last year or two by the highly impressive community–based Toledo Jazz Orchestra. About that earlier endeavor, Out of ...

. . .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).


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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