Maynard Ferguson MF Horn 2

Maynard Ferguson - M.F. Horn 2 & The Ballad Style of Maynard Ferguson [Remastered Edition 2006]

Maynard Ferguson - M.F. Horn 2 & The Ballad Style of Maynard Ferguson [Remastered Edition 2006]
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Genre: Jazz / Big Band | Label: Vocalion | Catalogue No: CDSML 8421
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In 1968 American jazz giant and trumpet playing phenomenon Maynard Ferguson came to live in Britain. His stay in the UK lasted four years before returning to the US in 1972, and the four albums he recorded for the CBS label’s British division during that time are regarded by critics and fans alike as being among the best in his extensive discography. The two albums compiled here the first time they have been issued in CD format come from this period of Maynard’s career and showcase the trumpeter in two very different settings. Here are two superb albums featuring a bona fide jazz legend working in tandem with one of the UK’s finest arrangers and the cream of Britain’s jazz and session musicians.

Maynard Ferguson - High Voltage 2 (1989)  Music

Posted by PCWhizzkid at April 22, 2011
Maynard Ferguson - High Voltage 2 (1989)

Maynard Ferguson - High Voltage 2 (1989)
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Genre: Jazz / Jazz Funk / Jazz Fusion | Label: Intima | Catalogue No: 7733602

For a period in the mid-to-late '80s, trumpeter Maynard Ferguson broke up his usual little big band and had a funky combo, a septet with just two horns and a large rhythm section. For the second of his two High Voltage CD's, Ferguson primarily plays group originals.
Maynard Ferguson - The Complete Roulette Recordings Of The Maynard Ferguson Orchestra (1958-1962) {10CD Set Mosaic MD10-156}

Maynard Ferguson - The Complete Roulette Recordings Of The Maynard Ferguson Orchestra (1958-1962) {10CD Set Mosaic MD10-156}
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© 1958-62, 1994 Roulette / Mosaic Records / Capitol | MD10-156
Jazz / Bop / Hard Bop / Trumpet

Trumpeter Maynard Ferguson led his greatest big band during the years that he was signed to Roulette and all of the music from his 13 Roulette LPs (plus 11 previously unissued selections) are included on this deluxe limited-edition ten-CD box set. Although three of the LPs were originally recorded as dance records (and stick close to the melodies), this box as a whole finds Maynard at his peak and with an orchestra that includes such talented soloists as trombonists Slide Hampton and Don Sebesky (both of whom contributed arrangements), altoist Lanny Morgan, the tenors of Carmen Leggio, Willie Maiden, Joe Farrell, and Don Menza, pianists Jaki Byard and Joe Zawinul, and drummer Rufus Jones in addition to the leader. The music is very jazz-oriented and contains more than its share of classic moments, particularly the sessions that resulted in A Message From Newport and Newport Suite. It's highly recommended.
Maynard Ferguson - Hollywood Party/Jam Session (1954) {EmArcy-Membran Music 222983-203 rel 2005}

Maynard Ferguson - Hollywood Party/Jam Session (1954) {EmArcy-Membran Music 222983-203 rel 2005}
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© 1954, 2005 EmArcy / Membran Music | 222983-203
Jazz / Bebop / Crossover Jazz / Trumpet / Trombone

This out-of-print EmArcy LP consists of lengthy versions of "Our Love Is Here to Stay" and an original blues, "Air Conditioning." Trumpeter Maynard Ferguson is heard jamming with an all-star group of West Coast players consisting of altoist Herb Geller, Bob Cooper on tenor, baritonist Bob Gordon, trombonist Milt Bernhart, pianist Claude Williamson, bassist John Simmons and drummer Max Roach. Although the music contains no real surprises, this album has its exciting moments and will be enjoyed by bebop fans.
Maynard Ferguson - The One And Only Maynard Ferguson (2007) {Maynard Ferguson Trust 05552}

Maynard Ferguson - The One And Only Maynard Ferguson (2007) {Maynard Ferguson Trust 05552}
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© 2007 Maynard Ferguson Trust | 05552
Jazz / Crossover Jazz / Hard Bop / Jazz Pop / Trumpet

Maynard Ferguson's sudden passing in the summer of 2006 was a surprise to many jazz fans, as the always upbeat bandleader seemed indestructible. Just a few weeks prior to his death, the trumpeter took his Big Bop Noveau into the studio to record what evidently is his final album. With a number of creative arrangements and original compositions contributed for the recording by Ferguson's bandmembers, the players took to each of them with the same enthusiasm that their leader showed on a everyday basis. Every track should be considered a highlight of the CD, though saxophonist Chip McNeil's scoring of the standard "Without a Song," trombonist Steve Wiest's percolating arrangement of Bill Withers' often bland "Ain't No Sunshine When She's Gone," and Denis DiBlasio's hip setting of Henry Mancini's "Days of Wine and Roses" merit strong praise.

Maynard Ferguson - Primal Scream (1976) {Wounded Bird}  Music

Posted by tiburon at Dec. 7, 2017
Maynard Ferguson - Primal Scream (1976) {Wounded Bird}

Maynard Ferguson - Primal Scream (1976) {Wounded Bird}
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Genre: Jazz-Funk, Fusion

An all-star cast assists Maynard Ferguson in this disco-tinged big-band outing. Ferguson's trademark trumpet playing is featured in all its screaming glory, and Mark Colby contributes a couple of high-energy sax solos. "Primal Scream" and "Invitation" sound as though they were lifted right off the mid-'70s disco dancefloor, complete with T.S.O.P.-type strings and pulsing rhythms. "Pagliacci," too, has the disco beat pounding underneath a Jay Chattaway adaptation of an operatic melody, with Bobby Militello featured on an energetic, overblown flute solo. Chick Corea's "The Cheshire Cat Walk" sounds like latter-day Return to Forever, as Corea's synth trades licks with Ferguson's horn over a familiar RTF rhythmic/chordal bassline sequence. The final cut, Eric Gale's "Swamp," stands out because of its reggae beat.

Maynard Ferguson - Maynard Ferguson Octet (1955) [Reissue 2008]  Music

Posted by gribovar at Nov. 2, 2017
Maynard Ferguson - Maynard Ferguson Octet (1955) [Reissue 2008]

Maynard Ferguson - Maynard Ferguson Octet (1955) [Reissue 2008]
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Genre: Jazz, Big Band | RAR 3% Rec. | Label: Verve Records (0602517685710)

Maynard Ferguson Octet is an album by Canadian jazz trumpeter/trombonist Maynard Ferguson featuring tracks recorded at Capitol Studios, Los Angeles, CA. (tracks 1-5) April 25th 1955, (tracks 6-8) April 27th 1955 and originally released on the EmArcy label 1955. This early triumph from the solo career of the brilliant trumpeter remains bewilderingly rare - it's an avowed West Coast-jazz classic but it's been out of print for years. Verve Originals re-issued this 2008.
Buddy Rich/Maynard Ferguson - Two Big Bands Play Selections From West Side Story & Other Delights (1991)

Buddy Rich/Maynard Ferguson - Two Big Bands Play Selections From West Side Story & Other Delights (1991)
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Genre: jazz. big band

Two Big Bands Play Selections From West Side Story & Other Delights is a 1991 album by Buddy Rich and Maynard Ferguson. It features a series of songs with each musician heading their own band. This was released by LRC Ltd.

Maynard Ferguson - Body And Soul (2016)  Music

Posted by mark70 at March 12, 2016
Maynard Ferguson - Body And Soul (2016)

Maynard Ferguson - Body And Soul (2016)
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Genre: Jazz, Big Band | Label: Omnivore Recordings

Ferguson’s 1986 re-invention After the release of 1983’s Storm, and the following year’s Live From San Francisco, Maynard Ferguson was on a creative roll. When Body & Soul appeared in 1986, Ferguson himself said “It’s my best album in many years! Bear in mind, this is music we’ve worked on for some time, re-designing it and changing it-the tunes are not something we just hatched for a studio session.” And, re-design, he did, removing some brass from the band’s lineup, and replacing them with guitar and percussion.
Maynard Ferguson - Live at the Great American Music Hall 1973 (Part 2) [1995]

Maynard Ferguson - Live at the Great American Music Hall 1973 (Part 2) [1995]
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Genre: Jazz / Big Band | Label: Status | Catalogue No: DSTS 1007
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Another great addition to your MF collection.Part 2 of the American Music Hall concert Recorded in 1973, and between the releases of MF Horns 2 & 3, this concert shows touches of older and newer MF.