Statement in Time (1980). Album by Dynasty Big Band. is a cover of. I Remember Clifford by Donald Byrd and Gigi Gryce (1955).
Dynasty is the seventh studio album by the American rock band Kiss, produced by Vini Poncia and released by Casablanca Records on May 23, 1979. It was the first time that the four original members of Kiss did not all appear together for the entire album. In later interviews, the band admitted they started listening to outsiders about what direction the music should go in around the time of Dynasty.
Dynasty was an American band, based in Los Angeles, California, created by producer and SOLAR Records label head Dick Griffey, and record producer Leon Sylvers III. The band was known for their dance/pop numbers during the late 1970s and 1980s. Keyboardist Kevin Spencer and vocalists Nidra Beard and Linda Carriere originally comprised the group
Ailing Big Band saxophonist John Stubblefield's arrangement for "Song For Orange sticks closely to Mingus's version on his Mingus Dynasty (no relationship to the group) album: it retains Roland Hanna's piano introduction (gorgeously played here by George Colligan) and includes a Conrad Herwig plunger-mute trombone solo (in tribute to Jimmy Knepper's on the original). But in place of the brittleness of Mingus's original, this new version has a wide-open, dense swing that's pretty irresistable; no one can ever take the place of the bass/drums empathy of Mingus.
Mingus Dynasty was an American jazz ensemble formed in 1979, just after the death of Charles Mingus, which featured many musicians Mingus recorded or played with. The group was named after the 1959 album Mingus Dynasty. In 1988, the group expanded to a big band format, and the Mingus Big Band has held weekly residency in New York City since 1991. Currently there are three Mingus repertory groups, Mingus Dynasty, Mingus Big Band and the Mingus Orchestra. They all tour extensively worldwide.
King’s first album for the Stax label combines his hard, unflashy guitar playing with the sleek sound of the label’s house band, Booker T. and the MG’s. Hits such as Crosscut Saw and Laundromat Blues earned King a new rock & roll audience. By their fifth album, Kiss were the most popular band in America, with sold-out stadium tours and eventually their own pinball machine, makeup line and a TV movie. Built around the proto power ballad Beth, this is a ridiculously over-the-top party-rock album that just gets better with age. Listen here. This is their great statement of folk-rock dread.
Big Time Rush was an American pop music boy band formed in 2009. The group consisted of Kendall Schmidt, James Maslow, Logan Henderson, and Carlos Pena Jr. The group starred in Nickelodeon's television series Big Time Rush and signed to a record deal with Nick Records simultaneously with the television series, and then the group was eventually signed to Columbia Records. The show ran from November 28, 2009 to July 25, 2013.
Some days, it's hard to see If I was a fool or you a thief Made it through the maze to find my one in a million And now you're just a page torn from the story I'm living.
Big Band refers to a jazz group of ten or more musicians, usually featuring at least three trumpets, two or more trombones, four or more saxophones, and a "rhythm section" of accompanists playing some combination of piano, guitar, bass, and drums.
The boy band was supposed to release the album on 1 September. However, it seems the band will not be in Korea during that time and instead, will take a much-needed break from their promotional tour. Kpopstarz reported that band members will use the time to work on their next album. We decided to use the three weeks in September that were originally set aside for TV promotions in Korea as time for the members to get recharged and to work on making more songs for the new album," a YG press release stated. BIG BANG released their first song from their "MADE" album on 1 Ma. .
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Soloist, Tenor Saxophone – Bill HollomanWritten-By – Don Menza
Soloist, Guitar – Tim Berens*Soloist, Tenor Saxophone – Bill HollomanWritten-By – Don Piestrup
Soloist, Alto Saxophone – Bill BrockmanSoloist, Flute – Bill HollomanSoloist, Trombone – Kevin PorterWritten-By – Toshiko Akyoshi*
Soloist, Soprano Saxophone – Bill BrockmanSoloist, Tenor Saxophone – Bill HollomanSoloist, Trumpet – Jeff Black Written-By – John Coltrane
Soloist, Soprano Saxophone – Bill BrockmanSoloist, Tromba Marina – Kevin PorterSoloist, Trumpet – Dale GutridgeWritten-By – Alan Broadbent
Soloist, Flute – Bill HollomanSoloist, Piano – Eric ZadanWritten-By – John LaBarbera*
|B3||I Remember Clifford
Soloist, Trumpet – Dale GutridgeWritten-By – Benny Golson
|B4||Road Time Shuffle
Soloist, Guitar – Tim Berens*Soloist, Tenor Saxophone – Bill HollomanWritten-By – Toshiko Akyoshi*
- Alto Saxophone [Lead], Tenor Saxophone – Bill Brockman
- Alto Saxophone, Flute, Clarinet – Mark Dauterman
- Baritone Saxophone, Bass Clarinet – Phil Rosenzweig
- Bass – Doug Wingenroth
- Drums – Todd Reid
- Guitar – Tim Berens*
- Liner Notes – Terry Lawson
- Photography By – Kevin Moore , Todd Reid
- Piano, Leader, Producer – Eric Zadan
- Recorded By, Mixed By – Ron Hamad
- Tenor Saxophone [Lead], Flute, Producer – Bill Holloman
- Tenor Saxophone, Clarinet, Clarinet [Alto] – Doug Cross
- Trombone – Dennis Farmer, Kirk Shields, Steve Lucente
- Trombone [Bass] – Steve Bankey
- Trombone [Lead] – Kevin Porter
- Trumpet – Dale Gutridge, Dave Huesmann, Dave Snively, Jeff Black
- Trumpet [Lead] – Dave Huesmann (tracks: A4), Dave Snively (tracks: A2, A3), Kevin Moore
NotesRecorded December 18-19, 1979
Performer: Dynasty Big Band
Title: Statement In Time
Date of release: 1980
Size MP3: 1676 mb
Size FLAC: 1463 mb
Rating: 4.9 / 5
Other Formats: DMF WAV RA AC3 DTS MP1 DXD