Magazine article IAJRC Journal

Ted McNabb, & Co

Magazine article IAJRC Journal

Ted McNabb, & Co

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Ted McNabb

Ted McNabb & Co.

Fresh Sound FSR 1654

(1) Bernie Glow, Burt Collins, Doc Severinsen, John Bello (tp); Urbie Green, Sy Berger, Frank Rehak, (tb); Dick Hixon (b tb); Dick Melodian, Gene Quill (as); Al Cohn, Zoot Sims (ts); Sol Schlinger (bs); Nat Pierce (p); Barry Galbraith (g); Milt Hinton (b); Osie Johnson (d) Marion Evans (arr). New York City, 19 November 1959

(2) as (1) but Jack Frosk (tp); Herb Geller (as); John Drew (b); Don Lamond (d) replace Severinsen, Quill, Hinton, and Johnson. New York City, 23 November 1959

(3) as (1) but Al deRisi (tp) John Drew (b); Don Lamond (d) replace Glow, Hinton and Johnson. New York City, 25 November 1959.

(2) Mountain Greenery/(1) I'll Never Say "Never Again" Again/ (1) Blue Moon/(2) Margie/(3) That Old Feeling/(3) Have You Met Miss Jones/(1) Lover/(2) You're My Thrill/(2) It Had To Be You/(3) Three Little Words/(3) Spring Is Here/(1) Close As Pages In A Book TT 33.05

Why anyone would want to reissue this album is a mystery. The album came about because Ted McNabb, who is neither a musician nor associated with the record industry, was a wealthy industrialist who wanted to make an album with his the girl friend as a vocalist. Accordingly, he engaged Marion Evans, a wellrespected arranger for vocalists, to write suitable arrangements on a set of standards. …

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