This brand new edition from Music Minus One features eleven swinging standards performed by a septet of jazz legends and you. Listen to renowned pianist Jim Odrich as soloist, then step into the spotlight to put your own spin on these great tunes. From the high-quality sheet music to the world-class background tracks, this is an edition that will not disappoint!
Includes a compact disc containing the complete performance of each piece, a second stereo version minus the soloist, and a newly engraved music book containing the solo part for each piece, printed on high-quality acid-free ivory paper.
The Band: Milton Delugg - accordion; Bill Butterfield - trumpet; Phil Bodner - clarinet; Hank Jones - piano; Tony Mottala - guitar; Milt Hinton - bass; Don Lamond - drums
"Music Minus One takes the educational approach to jazz playing much like their approach to classical music; surround yourself with upper echelon musicians and you can start sounding like them. The arrangements... are swinging, clever and intricate enough that you will definitely develop your ear while playing with these guys. The format of hearing your own part, and then playing the tune with your chance to sit in gives you something to aspire to sound and concept-wise. [...] I enjoyed the feeling of playing with these guys. Ah, dreams that come true!"
- George Harris, jazzweekly.com
Don't Be That Way
I'm Through With Love
I'll Never Be the Same
How Am I to Know?
Stompin' at the Savoy
What Can I Say After I Say I'm Sorry
I'm In the Mood for Love
I Got It Bad (And That Ain't Good)
One O'Clock Jump
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