CD Trumpet Summit [Vince DiMartino] (CD 760128),
back to browsing

Trumpet Summit [Vince DiMartino]

  • 1. Bopzutti
    2. Laura Joy
    3. Dragonfly
    4. Autumn Leaves
    5. Daahoud
    6. It's Only a Paper Moon
    7. Moonglow
    8. It's a Heavy Town
    9. Bye Bye Blackbird
    10. You Don't Know What Love Is
    11. All the Things You Are
  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 169

  • Credits
    ProducerJoseph Magee
    EngineerFred Vogler; Joseph Magee

    Full performer name: Vincent DiMartino/Allen Vizzutti/Bobby Shew.
    Personnel: Vincent DiMartino, Allen Vizzutti, Bobby Shew (trumpet); Joey Sellers (conductor); Allan Dean (flugelhorn); Joseph Alessi III (trombone); Brian Bowman (euphonium); Thomas Bacon (French horn); Daniel T. Perantoni (F tuba); Samuel Pilafian (CC tuba); Luke Gillespie (piano); Frank Vignola (guitar); Michael Valerio (bass); Jon Wacker (drums).
    Recorded live at the International Brassfest, Indiana University, Indiana on June 2, 1995.
    TRUMPET SUMMIT includes biographic liner notes for each of the title performers.
    Personnel: Frank Vignola (guitar); Allan Dean (flugelhorn); Joseph Alessi (trombone); Samuel Pilaflan, Daniel Perantoni (tuba); Tom Bacon (horns); Luke Gillespie (piano); Jonathan Wacker (drums).
    Recording information: International Brassfest, Indiana University, IN (06/02/1995).
    Illustrator: Ralph Sauer .
    Photographer: Bob Carey .
    Unknown Contributor Roles: Jack Graham ; Allen Vizzutti; Vince DiMartino; Bobby Shew.
    Arrangers: John Harmon; Joey Sellers.
    A trumpeter's delight, this recording features three leading modern mainstream trumpet players in an old fashioned jam. Vincent DiMartino, Allen Vizutti, and Bobby Shew may be a bit slick for some tastes, but there is no denying their technical virtuosity. What makes this stand out from the crowd is the visceral excitement that erupts as these three run through such gems as "It's Only a Paper Moon," and "All the Things You Are." The latter is brought to modern life by the wonderfully creative arranging of John Harmon, who also redesigned "Moonglow." The recording captures the soloists live, backed by a more-than-adequate brass and rhythm section. While Sam Pilafian gets a few tasty shots on tuba, and Luke Gillespie shows his chops on piano, it is the trumpet trio that steals the show, with crowd-pleasing acrobatics and even some beautiful ballad work (on, for example, "Laura Joy"). ~ Steven A. Loewy

0 Stars 0 average rating
In Stock -- Item Ships for FREE
Our price $15.89
Add to wishlist

What viewers like you said...

Have you listened to this album? Be the first to write a review

Also suggested for you...

  • buy now for


  • buy now for


  • buy now for


  • buy now for