North Texas State University Lab Band, Leon Breeden - Lab '73 album flac
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Soloist, Piano – Frank HamesSoloist, Tenor Saxophone – Jim MooreSoloist, Trumpet, Cornet – Barry RiesWritten-By – Ray Brown
|A2||Man From Tanginyika
Arranged By – Rick CornishSoloist, Drums – John Bryant Soloist, Guitar – Rick CornishSoloist, Piano – Frank HamesSoloist, Trumpet, Cornet – Barry RiesWritten-By – McCoy Tyner
|A3||Straight No Chaser
Arranged By – Rolf JohnsonSoloist, Trombone – Bill YeagerSoloist, Trumpet, Cornet – Barry RiesWritten-By – Thelonious Monk
Soloist, Piano – Frank HamesSoloist, Tenor Saxophone – Jeff Richey, Jim MooreSoloist, Trombone – Dave GlennWritten-By – Mike Heathman
Soloist, Piano – Frank HamesSoloist, Tenor Saxophone – Jim MooreSoloist, Trumpet, Cornet – Barry RiesWritten-By – Henry Wolking
- Artwork – Steve Pietzsch
- Bass – Lou Fischer
- Directed By – Leon Breeden
- Drums – John Bryant
- Guitar – Rick Cornish
- Mixed By – Jay Saunders
- Percussion [Auxiliary] – Bob Chapell, Danny Armstrong , Ken Morehead, Phil Richardson
- Piano – Frank Hames
- Reeds – Hubert Knight, Jeff Richey, Jim Clouse, Jim Moore, Sam Riney
- Trombone – Bill Guthrie, Bill Yeager, Dave Glenn, Mike Slusher, Ron Anson
- Trumpet – Barry Ries, Joe Rodriguez , Keith Jourdan, Leonard Candelaria, Ric Wolkins*
- Vibraphone [Vibes] – Pete Aan
|LJ106||The North Texas State University Lab Band, Leon Breeden||The North Texas State University Lab Band, Leon Breeden - Lab '73 (LP, Album)||NTSU Jazz||LJ106||US||1973|
This original record album was pressed and released as CSB-1003 by Crest Records in 1975, and is part of my personal collection
1973 North Texas State University 1:00 Lab Band Leon Breeden, Director "Straight, No Chaser" (Monk) arr. Rolf Johnson Soloists: Bill Yeager (trombone).
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This album is titled " lab! " by THE . LAB BANDS (North Texas State University). The cover reads ' Annual Fall Concert/North Texas Lab Bands/ Leon Breeden, Director November 25, 1969 in the North Texas Auditorium, Denton, Texas". I THINK THIS IS THEIR FIRST RELEASE; Please correct me if I'm wrong. The Personnel on this LP are from the 1:00 O'Clock Lab Band, 2:00 O'Clock Lab Band, 3:00 o 'Clock Lab Band, 4:00 o 'Clock Lab Band, 5:00 o 'Clock Lab Band, 6:00 o 'Clock Lab Band and the 7:00 o 'Clock Lab Band.
North Texas has several lab bands, each bearing the name of their respective rehearsal times. When Leon Breeden took over the Lab Band Program in 1959, there were four lab bands, then referred to as "Units:" One O'Clock, Two O'Clock, Three O'Clock, and Five O'Clock. At that time, the Two O'Clock was the premier band, known as Laboratory Dance Band A. History. Side 2: Show No. 93 North Texas State University Lab Band Leon Breedon (sic) (Breeden), conductor. Label: Office of Economic Opportunity. Disc manufacturer: .
Lab '77 is a big band music album recording by THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH TEXAS LAB BANDS released in 1977 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. Bass – Bruce Lett Directed By – Leon Breeden Drums – Gene Glover French Horn – Ed Kammerer(tracks: B1), Ken Jones (tracks: B1) Guitar – James Chirillo Percussion – Robert Landis Percussion – Bruce Hall (tracks: A2) Piano – Wayne Feschuk Saxophone – Brad Gregory, James Fort, Mark Henderson, Steve Spencer Saxophone – Dan Higgins Trombone – David Bowman, George Moran, Randy Zimmerman, Robert Allen Trombone – Keith.
University of North Texas recognized Breeden as an Outstanding Professor. In a surprise One O'Clock Lab Band reunion, more than 400 of Breeden's former students traveled from all parts of the world to honor him. 1995. The Texas Chapter (Alpha Chapter) of Phi Beta Mu, an international bandmasters fraternity, inducted Breeden into the Texas Bandmasters Hall of Fame (note: neither the Alpha Chapter of Phi Beta Mu nor the Texas Bandmasters Hall of Fame is affiliated with the Texas Band Masters Association). The North Texas Jazz Festival established the Leon Breeden Award for the best middle school or high school big band. The University of North Texas awarded Breeden with an honorary Doctor of Humane Letters degree.