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Dial E


  • 1. Doxy
    2. Nicole Is Always in Tokyo
    3. Brilliant Corners
    4. 17 December
    5. Lady's Blues
  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 2222

  • Credits
    ProducerRuss Gershon; George Hicks
    Engineer

    Either/Orchestra: Robb Rawlings (alto saxophone); Russ Gershon (tenor saxophone); Steve Norton (baritone saxophone); Tom Halter, Dave Ballou (trumpet); Russell Jewell, Josh Roseman (trombone); Kenny Freundlich (piano, synthesizer); John Dirac (guitar); Mike Rivard (bass); Jerome Dupree (drums).
    Additional personnel: Copley Cats (vocals); Bob Sinfonia (alto saxohone); Bob Sealy, Dan Drexler (trumpet); Curtis Hasselbring, Hugh Nestor, Ni, David Poyourow.
    Engineers: George Hicks, Roger Stevenson, Sam Negri.
    Recorded at Audio-Matrix Studios, Camnridge, Massachusetts on July 8 & 9, 1986 and live at Ryles, Cambridge, Massachusetts on July 4 & 5, 1986.
    The 11-piece seven-horn Either/Orchestra is a notable medium-sized group that has the power of a big band and the inventiveness of a combo. Their debut recording sometimes shows the influence of Charles Mingus and features the group on two originals by leader/tenor Russ Gershon, along with pieces by Sonny Rollins ("Doxy"), Thelonious Monk ("Brilliant Corners") and Rahsaan Roland Kirk ("Lady's Blues"). The colorful ensembles and advanced solos give the Either/Orchestra its own sound. Virtually all of their recordings (including this one) are easily recommended. ~ Scott Yanow

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