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You Go to My Head

Featuring the music of New York Voices
Duration: 7:20

“Meeting of Minds" focuses on the integration of voices with the big band. The combination of the dynamic writing styles of Bob Mintzer and Darmon Meader, from New York Voices, produces a very dense yet very fresh sonic palette. There are subtle harmonic and rhythmic nuances in the arrangements that blend together to deliver an engaging musical journey. The repertoire draws on the Great American Songbook from the 1930s and 1940s. Each arrangement transforms a classic song into a modern-day hit revealing the lasting power of a great song. In addition to the wonderful arrangements, the album showcases over a dozen powerful improvised solos from some of the top musicians in the world. The collaboration is truly a musically rich Meeting of Minds.
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You Go To My Head

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Label: Self Produced
Released: 2018
Duration: 03:57

Album

You Go to My Head

Label: Blue Jack Jazz
Released: 2008
Track listing: Somebody Loves Me; You Go to My Head; Scrapple from the Apple; Sub Conscious-Lee; Nice Work If You Can Get It; I Can't Get Started; How High the Moon; Groovin' High; Background Music.

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Article: Album Review

Sal Mosca Quartet: You Go to My Head

Read "You Go to My Head" reviewed by Stuart Broomer


Along with the saxophonists Lee Konitz and Warne Marsh and guitarist Billy Bauer, pianist Sal Mosca was among the first wave of musicians to construct a personal style within the school of Lennie Tristano--in general a simultaneous commitment to the velocity of bop, the smoothly liquid lines of Lester Young and a linear exploration of harmony ...

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You Go To My Head

Label: EmArcy
Released: 2006

Album

You Go To My Head

Label: Challenge Records
Released: 2002
Track listing: Autumn In New York; Where Or When; The Man I Love; I

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The Dutch Jazz Orchestra / Jerry Van Rooijen: You Go To My Head

Read "You Go To My Head" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey


His mother called him Bill...the arranger   Dayton, Ohio-native William Thomas Strayhorn tooled around forever in the shadow of Duke Ellington. But is that so bad? Truly one of the greatest collaborations in jazz, the Strayhorn/Ellington alliance produced a mountain of standards for the jazz repertoire. Strayhorn alone was credited with composing Ellington's theme ("Take the ...

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You Go To My Head

Label: Nimbus West Records
Released: 2001

Album

You Go To My Head

Label: Riverside Records
Released: 1981

Album

You Go To My Head

Label: Canyon International
Released: 1956


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