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University of Central Florida Jazz Ensemble 1: Jazz Town / The Blues Is Alright

Label: Flying Horse Records
Released: 2013
Track listing: Jazz Town: The Eternal Triangle; Bad Moon; Lush Life; It’s A Man’s World; Bugle Call Rag; Spring Can Really Hang You Up the Most; Me and Mrs. Jones; Jazz Town; It’s a Man’s World (reprise). The Blues Is Alright: Souls Valley; Giant Steps; Snowfall; Curiosity Killed the Kat; Nose Cone; The Stampede; Names Javan; Cuban Fantasy; I Went for a Walk; Vortex; The Blues Is Alright.

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University of Central Florida Jazz Ensemble 1: Jazz Town / The Blues Is Alright

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The state of Florida, not usually thought of as a hotbed of jazz, has become a breeding ground for those who may someday be counted among the music's best and brightest, thanks to the state's several widely praised undergraduate Jazz Studies programs that are churning out well-schooled musicians almost as fast as Ben and Jerry's churns ...


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