Amazing trombone, trumpet & piano solos “Sweet Georgia Brown” from CD The Music of Mardi Gras

by HART (1-800-HART) on January 26, 2012 · 0 comments

in YouTube Videos

call HART crazy .. but

I just found this on YouTube … and thought you might enjoy it!

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“Sweet Georgia Brown” is a jazz standard and pop tune written in 1925 by Ben Bernie and Maceo Pinkard (music) and Kenneth Casey (lyrics). The tune was first recorded on March 19, 1925 by bandleader Ben Bernie, resulting in a five-week No. 1 for Ben Bernie and his Hotel Roosevelt Orchestra. As Bernie’s then nationally famous orchestra featuring the number did much to popularize the number, Pinkard cut Bernie in for a share of the tune’s royalties by giving him a co-writer credit to the song. It is widely known as the theme song of the Harlem Globetrotters basketball team. This is an excerpt from a traditional jazz concert performed by the Jordan Klapman Octet, featuring some of the world’s finest musicians. The full piece also has extensive baritone sax, banjo, drum and bass solos. All proceeds from the CD of the concert tinyurl.com (email link) are donated to the relief and support of the people of Haiti through the Presbyterian World Service and Development’s Haitian Relief Fund. Featuring: • Julie Michels: vocals • Jon Seiger: vocals & trumpet, • Jordan Klapman: piano, • Rob Somerville: trombone, • Tom Skublics: clarinet/saxes, • Jamie Macpherson: banjo, • Jack Zorawski: bass, • Glenn Anderson: drums Recorded live at St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church StAndrewsToronto.org Toronto. February 14, 2010 by Jason LaPrade/Crystal Clear Sound: Recording Engineer CrystalClearSound.ca Filmed in full High Definition by InspireInc http Additional Videography by Nihat Varol mandy.com

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