Pete McGuinness

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Selections from The Pete McGuinness Jazz Orchestra's new CD
"Strength In Numbers":


1)   "The Send-Off" (comp./arr. McGuinness)
Tom Christenesen - tenor sax, Scott Neumann - drums

2)   "You Don't Know What Love Is" (arr. McGuinness)
Pete - vocals, Bruce Eidem Trombone, Andy Eulau - bass

3) "Beautiful Dreamer" (arr. McGuinness)
Dave Pietro - sop. sax, Mike Holober - piano

4) "The Swagger" (comp./arr. McGuinness)
Dave Reikenberg - bari sax, Jeff Nelson - Bass trombone,
Mark Phaneuf - alto sax

 

Other Audio Samples

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Quicktime

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1

First Flight McGuinness, Pete 

2

Smile Chaplin, Charles 

3

Infant Eyes Shorter, Wayne 

4

Começar de Novo Lins, Ivan 

5

Lonely Dance McGuinness, Pete 

6

Chase Scene McGuinness, Pete 

7

Spring Song McGuinness, Pete 

8

The Tricksters McGuinness, Pete 

9

A Fond Farewell McGuinness, Pete 

        * Score and parts for each selection are available for purchase Here.
        * All arrangements by Pete

 

Video Samples (YouTube)


First Flight - The Pete McGuinnesss Jazz Orchestra live at The Blue Note, NYC - Aug. 9, 2010

 

Smile - The Pete McGuinnesss Jazz Orchestra live at The Blue Note, NYC - Aug. 9, 2010

 

Lonely Dance - The Pete McGuinnesss Jazz Orchestra live at The Tea Lounge, Brooklyn, NY - Nov. 8, 2010

 

May I Come In - The Pete McGuinnesss Jazz Orchestra live at The Tea Lounge, Brooklyn, NY - Nov. 8, 2010

 

 


  Album Review

"The multi-talented Pete McGuinness is a warm and fluent trombone soloist, a fine high-toned singer, and a skilled arranger. On the debut recording by his big band, McGuinness did all of the writing, composed six of the nine selections, and takes two scat vocals in addition to being the key soloist on trombone. He features such fine players as trumpeters Bill Mobley, Chris Rogers, and Tony Kadleck; tenors Tom Christiansen and Jason Rigby; altoists Dave Pietro and Charles Pillow; pianist Mike Holober (well showcased on "Comecar de Novo"); and the full trombone section on one of the best hottest selections, "The Tricksters." The music is essentially forward-looking straight-ahead hard bop, conventional but not lacking in surprises and excitement. First Flight is easily recommended to fans of modern big bands."       
                                                                                               ~ Scott Yanow,
 Billboard.com

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