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UMO Jazz Orchestra - Ellington Tribute (1999)

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UMO Jazz Orchestra - Ellington Tribute (1999)

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01. Overture — Things Ain't What They Used to Be, Sophisticated Lady, Perdido (4:51)
02. Satin Doll (4:17)
03. Creole Love Call (5:12)
04. Day Break Express (2:58)
05. Star-Crossed Lovers (3:53)
06. Happy Go Lucky Local (6:09)
07. Caravan, The Mooche (6:35)
08. Rockin' in Rhythm (4:02)
09. Concerto for Cootie (3:31)
10. Don't Get Around Much More (4:05)
11. Prelude to a Kiss (3:28)
12. Take the "A" Train (3:52)

Conductor & piano: Kirmo Lintinen
Trumpets: Esko Heikkinen, Timo Paasonen, Teemu Mattsson, Tero Saarti
Trombones: Markku Veijonsuo, Mikko Mustonen, Vesa-Matti Matsson, Pekka Laukkanen
Reeds: Pentti Lahti, Mikko Mäkinen (lead 4, 8), Jouni Järvelä, Teemu Salminen, Janne Murto, Pepa Päivinen
Bass: Pekka Sarmanto
Drums: Markus Ketola, Mikko Hassinen (4, 8 )

 

Funded by the city of Helsinki, the Finnish Broadcasting Company, and the Ministry of Education, UMO is something like Finland's national jazz orchestra. The big band was founded by musicians who played in the country's Radio Dance Orchestra, which had been in existence since 1957. UMO has toured all over the world, and performed with such leading jazz musicians as Thad Jones, Dizzy Gillespie, Joe Williams, McCoy Tyner, and Muhal Richard Abrams, among others. The band has released albums on several labels, including Naxos Jazz, Leo, and A-Records. --- Chris Kelsey, Rovi

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