The Dallas Jazz Orchestra and Galen Jeter return in this episode with their cover of Count Basie's Doodle Oodle.
American saxophonist, arranger, composer, session musician and jazz educator noted for his many contributions to American jazz and big band music. He was born 22 April 1936 in Buffalo, New York, USA. Father of Nick Menza. The Dallas Jazz Orchestra With Galen Jeter Featuring Don Menza - The Dallas Jazz Orchestra Plays Dee Barton (CD, Album).
The Dallas Jazz Orchestra (DJO) is a jazz big band based in Dallas, Texas, founded by Thom Mason and Galen Jeter. Since its beginning in 1973, the DJO has produced numerous notable recordings, two of which were Grammy nominated, and has performed internationally in concerts and jazz festivals, such as the Montreux Jazz Festival. October 2003 marked the 30th anniversary of the Dallas Jazz Orchestra. In celebration of this landmark, Jeter released a recording titled "The Big 3 - . In addition to its performance at the Montreux Jazz Festival in Switzerland, DJO represented the United States at the World’s Fair in Seville, Spain. Dallas Jazz Orchestra Plays Dee Barton (1994, Grammy nominated, 1996), featuring Don Menza. Scrapbook, Dallas Jazz Orchestra (1996). DJO Un-Numbered In The Front, Dallas Jazz Orchestra (2001) (Never released).
The Dallas Jazz Orchestra Plays Dee Barton. Cool Jazz Nites Dallas Jazz Orchestra Malaguena. Quiet Time by the Dallas Jazz Orchestra. Dallas Jazz Orchestra, Four Five Six (by Frank Foster). Super Chicken - Dallas Jazz Orchestra, Galen Jeter Orchestra. Dallas Jazz Orchestra - Dukes - 2017. Galen Jeter and DOJO MacArthur Park.
The Dallas Jazz Orchestra is a jazz big band based in Dallas, Texas, founded by Thom Mason and Galen Jeter. Over the years, the orchestra has featured many of the most outstanding jazz players from the world class jazz program at the University of North Texas. Many of the original members of the Dallas Jazz Orchestra now perform with Jeter's new band, while none of the original DJO members participate in the current version of what is called "DJO. The latest album by Galen Jeter's DOJO is titled Where There's Smoke.
The Jazz Age, is the fourteenth studio album, is a re-recording of some of Bryan Ferry's compositions, as played in jazz style of the 1920s, by The Bryan Ferry Orchestra. The 13 songs have been chosen from 11 albums, from his very first release Roxy Music (1972) to his at that time recent solo record Olympia (2010).
The Grammy nominated Dallas Jazz Orchestra is known Nationally and International as th. .This Sunday, November 25th at 7pm, stop by Duke’s Icehouse for a FREE CONCERT by the Dallas Jazz Orchestra. This is a FREE JAZZ CONCERT!!! You can’t beat that price for three hours packed full of great music by great musicians at a great venue. Duke’s is located on the northwest corner of Addison Road and Keller Springs, in Addison. Downbeat is scheduled for 7pm and we play until 10 . with NO COVER CHARGE! We look forward to seeing you! Dallas Jazz Orchestra.
Help us complete the Dallas Jazz Orchestra discography. The Dallas Jazz Orchestra Plays Dee Barton. Narada Publishing, Inc. 1995. 1994.
October 2003 marked the 30th anniversary of the Dallas Jazz Orchestra. The orchestra, under Geter's leadership, has also entertained two United States presidents and accompanied numerous musical celebrities, including Diahann Carroll, Billy Eckstine, Doc Severinsen, Bob Hope, Steve Allen, Mel Torme, Joe Williams and the Four Freshmen.
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Soloist, Guitar – Mack DoughertySoloist, Keyboards – Gary Freeman
Soloist, Alto Saxophone – Karolyn Kafer
Soloist, Keyboards – Gary Freeman
Soloist, Alto Saxophone – Karolyn KaferSoloist, Tenor Saxophone – Don Menza
Soloist, Trumpet – Chuck Willis
Soloist, Guitar – Mack Dougherty
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Soloist, Tenor Saxophone – Don Menza
Soloist, Keyboards – Gary Freeman Soloist, Tenor Saxophone – Don Menza
Soloist, Guitar – Mack DoughertySoloist, Keyboards – Gary Freeman Soloist, Tenor Saxophone – Don MenzaSoloist, Vocals [Jazz] – Dee Barton
- Recorded At – Sound Logic Studios
- Alto Saxophone, Flute – Karolyn Kafer
- Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Allan Beutler
- Baritone Saxophone – Chad Mekela
- Bass – Kyp Green
- Bass Trombone – Rick Blanc
- Co-producer – Tom Barton
- Congas – A.D. Washington
- Design [DJO Logo] – Ken Pugh
- Design [Front Cover] – Allan Beutler
- Drums – Rich Redmond
- Engineer [Chief] – Byron Parks
- Engineer [Second] – Chris Bell , Paul Middleton , Tim Grugle
- Executive-Producer, Liner Notes – Galen Jeter
- Guitar – Mack Dougherty
- Keyboards, Sequenced By – Gary Freeman
- Mastered By – Ed Johnson
- Producer, Composed By, Arranged By, Conductor, Liner Notes – Dee Barton
- Tenor Saxophone – Woodrow Witt
- Tenor Saxophone, Flute – Greg Ridlington
- Tenor Saxophone, Soloist [Special] – Don Menza
- Trombone [Tenor] – Bill Germann, Bob Burnham , David Bowman , Tom Brantley
- Trumpet, Flugelhorn – Chuck Willis , Dan Evans , Galen Jeter, Ken Mullin, Mike Oien, Phares Corder
- Tuba – Richard Murrow
NotesLiner notes state Tom Brantley or Bob Burnham play Tenor Trombone, but does not indicate which tracks each plays on.
Liner notes state Chuck Willis or Ken Mullin play Trumpet, but does not indicate which tracks each plays on.
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