Cornetist Warren Vache has never made an uninspired record, and all of his releases (particularly for Concord) are easily recommended to fans of lyrical straightahead jazz. On this particularly strong effort, Vache is joined by guitarist Cal Collins (a few songs are cornet-guitar duets), bassist Michael Moore and drummer Jake Hanna. Other than John Bunch's "It's Love In The Spring," all of the songs are veteran standards. Highlights include "I Hadn't Anyone Till You," "My Melancholy Baby," "Ida" and "If We Never Meet Again.
Polished Brass is a swing music album recording by WARREN VACHÉ released in 1979 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. Sweet As Apple Cider 3:24 B5 If We Never Meet Again 2:57. Bass – Michael Moore Cornet, Flugelhorn – Warren Vaché Drums – Jake Hanna Guitar – Cal Collins. Concord Jazz – CJ-98 (US). Recorded At – Soundmixers Recording. Thanks to snobb for the addition. Polished Brass Concord.
Warren Vaché (born February 21, 1951) is a jazz trumpeter, cornetist, and flugelhornist born in Rahway, New Jersey. He came from a musical family as his father was a bassist. In 1976 he released his first album. He has often worked with Scott Hamilton and has some popularity among swing audiences. Style:MLA Chicago APA. "Polished Brass Album.
Polished Brass by Warren Vaché, Cal Collins, Michael Moore, Jake Hanna.
Слушайте и скачивайте warren vaché на Хотплеере в mp. Allan Ganley, Dave Cliff, Allan Vaché, Dave Green, Brian Lemon - There Will Never Be Another You 08:01. Allan Ganley, Dave Cliff, Allan Vaché, Dave Green, Brian Lemon - I Fall in Love Too Easily 06:36. Warren Vaché, Allan Vaché feat. Howard Alden, Eddie Higgins - Danny Boy 03:43. Warren Vaché, Allan Vaché - Cottontail 07:59.
The Polished Brass quintet began performing in the Cincinnati, OH area in 1995. Cincinnati State Inauguarated its Sixth President, Dr. Monica Posey, on Oct 21. The Polished Brass quintet was proud to participate in the momentous event. The event was covered by WLW-TV.
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|A1||I Hadn't Anyone Till You
Written-By – Ray Noble
|A2||It Might As Well Be Spring
Written-By – Richard Rodgers - Oscar Hammerstein*
|A3||My Melancholy Baby
Written-By – Ernie Burnett, George Norton*
|A4||Love Walked In
Written-By – George And Ira Gershwin*
|B1||Close As Pages In A Book
Written-By – Dorothy Fields, Sigmund Romberg
|B2||It's Love In The Spring
Written-By – John Bunch
|B3||Why Shouldn't I?
Written-By – Cole Porter
|B4||Ida! Sweet As Apple Cider
Written-By – Eddie Leonard, Eddie Munson
|B5||If We Never Meet Again
Written-By – Horace Gerlach, Louis Armstrong
- Recorded At – Soundmixers Recording
- Remixed At – PER
- Mastered At – The Mastering Room, San Francisco
- Art Direction – DH Studio
- Bass – Michael Moore
- Cornet, Flugelhorn – Warren Vaché
- Drums – Jake Hanna
- Engineer [Recording], Remix – Phil Edwards
- Guitar – Cal Collins
- Liner Notes – Gordon Raddue
- Photography By [Cover] – Darryl Pitt
- Producer – Carl E. Jefferson