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UNC Vocal Jazz Ensembles: Hot V

Song NameComposerArranger
I Got It Bad (and That Ain't Good)Roger Treece
EpainosRoger Treece
Goodbye LoveRoger Treece
New York AfternoonPhil Mattson
A Night in TunisiaJohn Ward
GotchaGene PuerlingPhil Mattson
Not Like ThisRoger Treece
EasyAl Jarreau
How Do You Keep the Music Playing?Roger Treece
Waitin For the Robert E. LeeGene Aitken

"Hot V" is a mostly accompanied collection of 10 tunes by the award-winning University of Northern Colorado's 2-man, 2-woman Jazz quartet, the Axidentals. Three very nice a cappella selections, Jeremy Lubbock's "Goodbye Love" and "Not Like This," and "How Do You Keep The Music Playing" are standouts. Accompanied favorites are Richie Cole's "New York Afternoon," Gene Puerling's "Gotcha," Duke Ellington's "I Got It Bad," Al Jarreau's "Easy" and a powerful live cover of "Waitin' For the Robert E. Lee." Every one of these Roman numeral-numbered collections from Aitken's UNC program has been a spirited, entertaining, beautifully-recorded winner, some of the best Collegiate Jazz we've heard!

Item code: 7643C | 1 CD | $14.95 |add item to cart
Vocal Jazz | Primarily a cappella | Mixed
1943

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