Albums Featuring Instrument or Role - Tuba
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Tuba ProjectLucian Ban (Piano), Alex Harding (Baritone), J.D. Allen (Tenor), Bob Stewart (Tuba), Derrek Phillips (Drums)Prerelease press has already hailed this latest mixture of soul & savvy from the Ban & Harding juggernaut. It's the Tuba Project in reference to the inclusion of Bob Stewart, whose subtle shading and bottom work keeps things rolling throughout. As is usual with Ban & Harding, Tuba Project is an offering of fresh music to move and reward both the mind & soul. Recorded July 20, 2005. Paths to GloryKalaparush Maurice McIntyre (Tenor), Adam Lane (Bass), Jesse Dulman (Tuba), Ravish Momin (Drums)Kalaparush & The Light have, over the past 3 years, put forth one of the most distinct group sounds of the new millennium. After 3 recordings solidifying that group sound, they join forces with the soulful power of Adam Lane's bass. This was such a success there was discussion about incorporating the bassist into the group whole. What a novel way to grow a group. Who knows? At this rate, 15 years from now it could be Kalaparush & The Light Big Band. If so, it all started here. Recorded March 4 & 5, 2004. Celebration of the SpiritJazz Composers Alliance Orchestra (Group), Hiroaki Honshuku (Flute), Jims Hobbs (Alto Sax), Jeremy Udden (Alto Sax), Phil Scarff (Tenor&Soprano Sax), Hands Indigo (Bari Sax), Mike Peipman (Trumpet), Keiichi Hashimoto (Trumpet), Jim Mosher (French Horn), Bob Pilkington (Trombone), David Harris (Trombone), Jim Gray (Tuba), Richie Barshay (Drums), Winnien Dahlgren (Vibes), Soo-Jung Kae (Piano), Takaaki Masuko (Percussion), Rick McLaughlin (Bass), Norma Zocher (Guitar), Laura Andel (Composer/Conductor), Darrell Katz (Composer/conductor, dir. of Jazz Compose), Ken Schaphorst (Composer/Conductor), Warren Senders (Composer/Conductor)Here is an incredible combination: a big band full of exciting soloists playing the compositions of 5 composers recorded in real stereo, the CIMP way - with clarity, space and accurate dynamics. Everything about this recording will excite. You'll have to hear it to believe it. Recorded at The Tsai Performance Center at Boston University, Boston, MA October 5, 2003.