My Shining Hour by Duane Eubanks, released 01 June 1999 1 Blues For Duane - 7:08 (Freddie Hubbard) 2 Clairvoyance - 4:48 (Duane Eubanks) 3 Can't Wait 'Til Dawn - 5:32 (Duane Eubanks). 4 Taylored By Louis - 7:31 (Louis Taylor) 5 My Shining Hour - 4:42 (Harold Arlen, Johnny Mercer) 6 Dear Old Stockholm - 8:36 (Traditional) 7 Lonelyism - 5:08 (Duane Eubanks) 8 Hi-Fly - 5:17 (Randy Weston) 9 I Love You - 6:48 (Cole Porter) TCB Records (1999). 1 Blues For Duane - 7:08 (Freddie Hubbard) 2 Clairvoyance - 4:48 (Duane Eubanks) 3 Can't Wait 'Til Dawn - 5:32 (Duane Eubanks). 4 Taylored By Louis - 7:31 (Louis Taylor) 5 My Shining Hour - 4:42 (Harold Arlen, Johnny Mercer) 6 Dear Old Stockholm - 8:36 (Traditional) 7 Lonelyism - 5:08 (Duane Eubanks) 8 Hi-Fly - 5:17 (Randy Weston) 9 I Love You - 6:48 (Cole Porter).
As a trumpeter, Duane Eubanks favors a tone that falls somewhere between Miles Davis and Clifford Brown-influenced trumpeters like Lee Morgan and Freddie Hubbard. Eubanks swings plays passionately, but on some of the more introspective material, he almost sounds like he could be playing a flugelhorn. Though Eubanks' interpretations of "I Love You" and "Dear Old Stockholm" are competent, the CD's most memorable moments come when he embraces his own compositions
Duane Eubanks at Smalls Jazz Club NYC, May 2014. Duane Eubanks (born January 24, 1969 in Philadelphia) is an award-winning jazz trumpeter and flugelhornist, known for his participation in Dave Holland's big band Contents. Eubanks released his first album, My Shining Hour, in 1999, having been approached by a producer who had heard him performing on his brother Robin's album 4: JJ, Slide, Curtis and A. .
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My Shining Hour (TCB Records, 1999) and Second Take (TCB Records, 2001) put Eubanks on the map as a leader, positioning him as a purveyor of all manner of bop-derived music. He instantly came off as one to watch, but his voice was tied to the past on those releases, both through the material he covered and the debts that his sound betrayed. Eubanks makes his mark as composer, having penned nine of the ten album tracks, and player, delivering performances that are strong yet level-headed and confident but never brash. Start your music shopping from All About Jazz and you'll support us in the process.
Eubanks released his first album, My Shining Hour, in 1999, having been approached by a producer who had heard him performing on his brother Robin's album 4: JJ, Slide, Curtis and Al. Collaborations. Eubanks has also performed with many other musicians and musical groups, including Defunkt,Rhonda Ross,Oliver Lake,Mulgrew Miller, and the Wu-Tang Clan. Since 1998, he has been on the faculty of the Brooklyn Conservatory of Music.
Duane Eubanks - trumpet Abraham Burton - tenor sax Sharp Radway - piano Mark Lewandowski - bass Eric McPherson - drums. 5. Great night of improvised music at Cornelia Street Cafe with James Hurt, Tarus Mateen, and Eric McPherson. In this mini documentary, ducator, Duane Eubanks discusses Jazz, music education and the valuable impact of the lessons he learned from elder legendaries such as Johnny Coles, Harry "Sweets" Edison, and Clark Terry. It is Duane's goal to pass on the tradition to his students. Big thanks to Kal Toth of Marma Media, Aleta Eubanks, Brooklyn Music School, William Paterson University Department of Jazz, Caleb Rumley, Nzinga Banks, and Jesse Taitt for your support.
Album · 2018 · 7 Songs. 7 Songs, 1 Hour 4 Minutes. Duane Eubanks Quintet: Live at Smalls (feat. Duane Eubanks, Robin Eubanks, James Hurt, Anthony Wonsey, Gerald Cannon & Chris Beck) Duane Eubanks. More By Duane Eubanks.
|1||Blues For Duane|
|3||Can't Wait Til Dawn|
|4||Tailored By Lewis|
|5||My Shining Hour|
|6||Dear Old Stockholm|
|9||I Love You|
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- Copyright (c) – TCB Music SA
- Alto Saxophone – Antonio Hart
- Bass – Avishai Cohen
- Drums – Ralph Peterson
- Executive-Producer – Peter Schmidlin
- Liner Notes – Duane Eubanks
- Piano – Orrin Evans
- Producer – Aleardo G. Buzzi
- Trombone – Robin Eubanks
- Trumpet – Duane Eubanks
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