Baritone Saxophone – Josef Audes. Conductor – Gustav Brom. Recording Supervisor – Mojmír Balling, Vladimír Popelka. Sleeve Notes – Dr. Lubomír Dorůžka. Tenor Saxophone – Zdeněk Novák. Gustav Brom Orchestra, Maynard Ferguson - Maynard + Gustav (CD, Album, RE). Panton, Panton. 81 1432 - 2 511, 81 1432-2 511. Czech Republic. Maynard Ferguson, Gustav Brom Orchestra. Maynard Ferguson, Gustav Brom Orchestra - Maynard & Gustav (LP, Album, RP).
Japan - Original Album Classics (3CD Box Set) (2011).
Maynard Ferguson is a 1971 big band jazz album by Canadian jazz trumpeter Maynard Ferguson. The album was originally released on Columbia Records as Columbia 31117. It was also released in the UK by CBS under the name Alive & Well in London. The album largely consists of arrangements of popular songs of the period along with one original composition. While he merely "dipped his toes" in the waters of pop music for his first Columbia release (.
Walter Maynard Ferguson CM (May 4, 1928 – August 23, 2006) was a Canadian jazz trumpeter and bandleader. He came to prominence in Stan Kenton's orchestra before forming his own big band in 1957. He was noted for his bands, which often served as stepping stones for up-and-coming talent, his versatility on several instruments, and his ability to play in a high register.
Artists Maynard Ferguson Maynard & Gustav. Maynard & Gustav Maynard Ferguson. Maynard & Gustav. This album has an average beat per minute of 105 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 72/140 BPM). Tracklist Maynard & Gustav.
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Written-By – Josef Blaha
|A2||The Change Of Meaning
Written-By – Jaromír Hnilička
Arranged By – Zdeněk NovákWritten-By – Josef Audes
Arranged By – Don SebeskyWritten-By – Leonard Bernstein
|B2||Got The Spirit
Written-By – Slide Hampton
|B3||At The Sound Of The Trumpet
Arranged By – Willie MaidenWritten-By – Maynard Ferguson
- Baritone Saxophone – Josef Audes
- Design [Gestaltung] – Christoph Ehbets
- Photography By – Pavel Vácha
- Piano – Josef Blaha
- Tenor Saxophone – Zdenek Novák*
- Trombone – Mojmír Bártek
- Trumpet – Jaromír Hnilicka*, Maynard Ferguson
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|1 15 0716||Orchestr G. Broma* A Ferguson*||Orchestr G. Broma* A Ferguson* - Maynard + Gustav (LP, Album, Club)||Supraphon, Gramofonový Klub||1 15 0716||Czechoslovakia||1969|
|1 15 0716||Maynard Ferguson, Gustav Brom Orchestra||Maynard Ferguson, Gustav Brom Orchestra - Maynard & Gustav (LP, Album, RP)||Supraphon||1 15 0716||Czechoslovakia||1971|
|81 1432 - 2 511, 81 1432-2 511||Gustav Brom Orchestra, Maynard Ferguson||Gustav Brom Orchestra, Maynard Ferguson - Maynard + Gustav (CD, Album, RE)||Panton, Panton||81 1432 - 2 511, 81 1432-2 511||Czech Republic||1995|
|1 15 0716||Maynard Ferguson, Gustav Brom Orchestra||Maynard Ferguson, Gustav Brom Orchestra - Maynard & Gustav (LP, Album, RP)||Supraphon||1 15 0716||Czechoslovakia||1972|
|1 15 0716||Maynard Ferguson, Gustav Brom Orchestra||Maynard Ferguson, Gustav Brom Orchestra - Maynard & Gustav (LP, Album, RP)||Supraphon||1 15 0716||Czechoslovakia||1976|