Arturo Sandoval’s ‘Trumpet Evolution’

Arturo Sandoval’s ‘Trumpet Evolution’ is an album (‘a journey through the great trumpeters from jazz’s and orchestral music’s past’) released on May 6, 2003 by Crescent Moon/Columbia..

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Track Listing : 1.Dipper Mouth Blues (King Oliver) – 02:15 . 2.When It’S Sleepy Time Down South (Clarence Muse, Otis Rene, Leon René) – 03:02 . 3.At The Jazz Band Ball (Edwin Bransford “Daddy” Edwards, Edwin Edwards, Nick Larocca, Tony Sbarbaro, Larry Shields) – 02:56 . 4.La Virgen De La Macarena (Antonio Calero) – 03:06 . 5.I Can’T Get Started (Vernon Duke, Ira Gershwin) – 04:35 . 6.Concerto For Cootie (Duke Ellington) – 03:51 . 7.Little Jazz (Roy Eldridge, Buster Harding) – 02:40 . 8.The Man With A Horn (Eddie Delange, Jack Jenney, Bonnie Lake) – 03:30 . 9.Manteca (Gil Fuller, Dizzy Gillespie, Chico O’Farrill, Chano Pozo) – 03:23 . 10.Tee Pee Time (Clark Terry) – 04:07 . 11.Coloratura Concerto For Soprano: First Movement (Reinhold Glière) – 03:41 . 12.Nostalgia (Fats Navarro) – 03:31 . 13.’Round Midnight (Bernie Hanighen, Thelonious Monk, Cootie Williams) – 05:42 . 14.Maynard Ferguson (Shorty Rogers) – 04:16 . 15.My Funny Valentine (Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers) – 04:25 . 16.Joy Spring (Clifford Brown) – 04:17 . 17.Concerto In D Major: First Movement (Giuseppe Tartini) – 03:57 . 18.Up Jumped Spring (Freddie Hubbard) – 04:11 . 19.Later (Wynton Marsalis) – 04:01

Musicians : Arturo Sandoval – Cornet, Flugelhorn, Piccolo Trumpet, Trumpet, Vocals . Jerry Hey – Conductor . Ed Calle – Saxophone . Richard Feves – Bass . Edward Meares – Bass . Dennis Marks – Bass . Rose Corrigan – Bassoon . Emily Bernstein – Clarinet . Mike Gold – Clarinet . Ralph Williams – Clarinet (Bass) . Dan Higgins – Clarinet, Sax (Alto) . Kenneth Munday – Contrabassoon . Ernesto Simpson – Drums . Susan Greenberg – Flute . Jim Walker – Flute . Brian O’Connor – French Horn . Richard Todd – French Horn . Brad Wanaar – French Horn . Phillip Yao – French Horn . Dennis Budimir – Guitar . Phil Ayling – Oboe . Barbara Northcutt – Oboe . Jim Cox – Organ . Luis Conte – Percussion . Daniel Greco – Percussion . Bob Zimmitti – Percussion . Gary Grant – Pro-Tools, Trumpet . Robert Xavier Rodriguez – Piano . Mick Stern – Pro-Tools . Joel Peskin – Sax (Baritone) . Greg Huckins – Sax (Bass) . Rusty Higgins – Sax (Tenor) . Bill Liston – Sax (Tenor) . Felipe Lamoglia – Saxophone . William Frank “Bill” Reichenbach Jr. – Trombone . Rafael Méndez – Trumpet . Peter Limonick – Timpani . Hank Bredenberg – Trombone . Steven Holtman – Trombone . Charles Loper – Trombone . Andy Martin – Trombone . Richard Taylor “Dick” Nash – Trombone . Bruce Otto – Trombone . Wayne Bergeron – Trumpet . Charlie Davis – Trumpet . Larry Hall – Trumpet . Robert A. Karon – Trumpet . Jon Lewis – Trumpet . Malcolm Mcnabb – Trumpet . Tommy Johnson – Tuba . Brian Dembow – Viola . Carrie Holzman-Little – Viola . Roland Kato – Viola . Victoria Miskolczy – Viola . Richard Altenbach – Violin . Bruce Dukov – Violin . Julie Gigante – Violin . Clayton Haslop – Violin . Tamara Hatwan – Violin . Natalie Leggett – Violin . Ralph Morrison Iii – Violin . Sara Parkins – Violin . Katia Popov – Violin . Josefina Vergara – Violin . Roger Wilkie – Violin . Margaret Wooten – Violin . Ken Yerke – Violin . Stephen Erdody – Cello . Paula Hochhalter – Cello . Cecilia Tsan – Cello

Production : Produced By Melody Lisman . Charles Koff, Shorty Rogers, Jerry Hey, Ed Calle . Dave Marquette – Assistant Engineer . Charlie Pakkari – Assistant Engineer . Al Schmitt – Engineer . Armin Steiner – Engineer . Eric Schilling – Engineer, Mixing Engineer, Pro-Tools . Mike Fuller – Mastering Engineer

Arrangements : Charles Koff, Shorty Rogers, Jerry Hey, Ed Calle

Package : Julian Peploe – Art Direction . Arturo Sandoval – Liner Notes . Quincy Jones – Liner Notes . Arturo Jr. Sandoval – Illustrations . Omar Cruz – Photography . Gary Grant – Photography

Recorded 2002 – 2003.

Released On May 6, 2003 By Crescent Moon/Columbia.

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allmusic
And while the album is self-produced as well, Quincy Jones acted as an executive producer and no doubt wrote some charts. …This is a record so fine, so full of passion, grace, and elegance it simply needs to be heard to be believed. […]

JazzTimes
What’s the point? Why did Sandoval go to so much work to reproduce perfection? Because he can, I suppose. Few trumpeters could handle it. Then, there is the matter of homage; according to his liner notes, Sandoval genuinely admires his models. […]

skater @ RateYourMusic
The other side of this is coin is there is a great variety of styles and playing which makes it interesting and entertaining which was the ultimate purpose of all of these performers that are covered here. […]

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