The Very Best of NYJO

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DISC 1
BY GEORGE IT’S NYJO!

1. Foggy Day (B)
2. Embraceable You (A)
3. The Man I Love (C)
4. They Cant Take That Away From Me (B)
5. But Not For Me (B)
6. I’ve Got a Crush On You (B)
7. ‘S Wonderfuel (C)
8. Soon (B)
9. Somebody Loves Me (B)
10. Fascinating Rhythm (B)
11. Someone To Watch Over Me (A)
12. LBG
13. How Long Has This Been Going On? (C)
14. Nice Work If You Can Get It (B)

Recorded @ Ronnie Scott’s Club.
(A) Saxophones: Howard McGill, Lisa Grahame, Jim Tomlinson, James Hunt, Mick Foster.
Trumpets: Andy Cuss, Jim Lynch, Brad Mason, Olly Preece, Neil Yates.
Trombones: Malcolm Smith, Jeremy Price, Elliot Yates, Mark Penny, Adrian Hallowell.
Piano: Simon Carter
Guitar: Andy Jones
Bass: Mark Ong
Drums: Chris Dagley
Percussion: James Mack
Sound: Milles Ashton

(B) Saxophones: Howard McGill, Lisa Grahame, James Hunt, Ben Castle, Jon Halton.
Trumpets: Andy Cuss, Mike Thomas, Pat White, Mick Ball, Brad Mason.
Trombones: Andy Rogers, Jeremy Price, Ashley Horton, Elliott Mason, Adrian Hallowell.
Piano: Simon Carter
Guitar: Phil Robson
Bass: Neil Williams
Drums: Chris Dagley
Percussion: James Mack
Sound: Miles Ashton

(C) Saxophones: Howard McGill, Lisa Grahame, Stephen Main, Alyson Adams (or James Hunt), Jon Halton, Alison Neale (flute).
Trumpet: Andy Cuss, Patrick White, Duncan Mackay (or Mike Thomas), Dominic Glover, Mick Ball (or Simon Finch).
Trombones: Jim Vincent, Andy Wood or Andy baker, Ashley Horton or Mike Feltham, Jeremy Price, Adrian Hallowell.
Piano: Simon Carter
Guitar: Ross Milligan or Simon Picton.
Bass: Andy Hamill
Drums: Chris Dagley
Percussion: Chris Wells
Sound: Miles Ashton

(D) Trumpets: Darren Wiles, Paul Newton, Bryan Davis, Simon Finch, Mark Armstrong.
Trombones: Ashley Horton, Andy Wood, Jim Vincent, Andy Baker, Pete North.
Saxophones: Paul Jones, Sam Mayne, Alyson Adams, Jamie Anderson, Stephen Main.
Flute: Gareth Lockrane
Piano: James Watson
Guitar: Pete Callard
Bass: Dave Foster
Drums: Darren Altman
Sound: Miles Ashton

DISC 2
Setting Standards 

1. Indiana (B)
2. Easy Living (B)
3. One Early Morning (A)
4. Someday My Prince Will Come (A)
5. Moten Swing (A)
6. Whistle While You Work (A)
7. East Of The Sun (A)
8. Kiss The Bass Goodbye (A)
9. Chicago (A)
10. Bess, You Is My Woman Now (A)
11. Londonderry Air (A)
12. Foggy Day (C)
13. Nobody Knows You (A)
14. I Remember You (B)
15. Marianne (D)

(A) Trumpets: Craig Wild, Nathan Bray, Bryan Davis, Henry Collins, Tim Jackson.
Trombones: Andy Wood, Barnaby Dickinson (or Alistair White), Mile Feltham, David Williamson, Ben Bouzan.
Saxophones: Paul Jones, Simon Meredith, Martin Williams (or Pete Wareham), Josephine Davies, Sammy Mayne.
Flute: Gareth Lockrane
Piano: Steve Holness
Guitar: Adam Goldsmith
Bass: Dave foster
Percussion: Corrina Silvester
Vocal: Lorraine Craig
Sound: Miles Ashton, Tim Bray.

(B) Tumpets: Darren White, Bryan Davis, Mark Armstrong, Tim Jackson, Simon Finch.
Trombones: Andy Wood, Andy Baker, Barnaby Dickinson, Mike Feltham, Pete North.
Saxophones: Paul Jones, Sammy Mayne, Martin Williams, Alyson Adams, Pete Wareham.
Flute: Gareth Lockrane
Piano: Tom Cawley
Guitar: Pete Callard
Bass: Dave Foster
Percussion: Corrina Silvester
Sound: Miles Ashton

(C) Trumpets; Andy Cuss, Mike Thomas, Pat White, Mick Ball, Brad Mason.
Trombones: Andy Rogers, Jeremy Price, Ashley Horton, Elliott Mason, Adrian Hallowell.
Saxophones: Howard McGill, Lisa Grahame, James Hunt, Ben Castle, Jon Halton.
Piano: Simon Carter
Guitar: Phil Robson
Bass: Neil Williams
Percussion: James Mack

(D) Trumpets/Flugels: Martin Bunce (Flugel), Dave Lord, Larry Tyrie, Guy Barker, Mark Chandler, Tony Hepworth.
Trombones: Martin Koch, Mick Harding, Mike Innes, Darren Critten (or Roger Williams), Chris Stearn.
Horn: Chris Giles, Dick Martin.
Reeds: Maurice Cambridge, Phil Todd, Cormac Loane, David Bishop, Mark Hutchins, Jane Bennington, Sye Hynett, Carol Kenyon (voice).
Piano: Kevin Savigar
Guitar: Laurence Juber
Bass: Andy Pask
Drums: Phil James
Percussion: Ian Chopping

DISC 3
Live Portraits & Tributes

1. Along Came Benny (B)
2. Basie (A)
3. Bird (A)
4. Monk (A)
5. One For Oscar (D)
6. Dizzy (A)
7. Duke Pt 1. (A)
8. Duke Pt 2 (A)
9. Not Really ©
10. Tenor Each Way (D)
11. Quincy (A)
12. Buddy (A)

(A) Reeds: Pete Long, Howard McGill, Scott Garland, Adrian Revell, Nigel Crane, Lisa Grahame, Jacqui Hicks.
Trombones: Patrick Hartley, Malcolm Smith, Mark Nightingale, Steve Sanders, Colin Philpott
French Horn: Clare Lintott.
Trumpets: Ian Wood, Mark White, Mark Cumberland, Martin Shaw, Oliver Preece.
Piano: Steve Hill
Guitar: Phil Robson
Bass Guitar: Mark Ong
Drums: Chris Dagley
Percussion: Chris Wells

(B) Reeds: Howard McGill, Lisa Grahame, Stephen main, Alyson Adams (or James Hunt), Jon Halton, Alison Neale (flute).
Trombones: Jim Vincent, Andy Wood or Andy Baker, Ashley Horton or Mike Feltham, Jeremy Price, Adrian Hallowell.
Trumpets: Andy Cuss, Patrick White, Duncan Mackay (or Mike Thomas), Dominic Glover, Mick Ball (or Simon Finch)
Piano: Simon Carter
Guitar: Ross Milligan or Simon Picton.
Bass Guitar: Andy Hamill
Drums: Chris Dagley
Percussion: Chris Wells

(C) Reeds: Paul Jones, Sammy Mayne, Alyson Adams, Jamie Anderson, Stephen Main, Gareth Lockrane (flute).
Trombones: Ashley Horton, Andy Wood, Jim Vincent, Andy Baker, Pete North.
Trumpets: Darren Wiles, Paul Newton, Bryan Davis, Simon Finch, Mark Armstrong.
Piano: James Watson
Guitar: Pete Callard
Bass Guitar: Dave Foster
Drums: Darren Altman
Percussion: Corrina Silvester

(D) Reeds: Ben Castle, Lisa Grahame, Jon Halton, James Hunt, Howard McGill.
Trombones: Adrian Hallowell, Ashley Horton, Elliot Mason, Jeremy Price, Andy Rogers.
Trumpets: Mick Ball, Andy Cuss, Brad Mason, Mike Thomas, Pat White.
Piano: Simon Carter
Guitar: Phil Robson
Bass Guitar: Neil Williams
Drums: Chris Dagley
Percussion: James Mack

DISC 4
Portraits & Tributes

1. Woody (A)
2. Basie (A)
3. Dizzy (A)
4. Duke Pt. 1 (A)
5. Duke Pt. 2 (A)
6. Bird (A)
7. Quincy (A)
8. Monk (A)
9. Kenton (A)
10. Buddy (A)
11. Midnight Oil (D)
12. Mr. BG (C)
13. Royal Flush (A)
14. Castles in Spain (B)

(A) Reeds: Michael Smith, Pete Long, Scott Garland, Adrian Revell, Nigel Crane, Colin Skinner, Julie Davis.
Trombones: Dennis Rollins (or Andy Hutchinson), Patrick Hartley, Malcolm Smith, Richard Henry, Tibor Hartmann (bass).
French Horn: Clare Lintott
Trumpets: Mark White, Ian Wood, Paul Cooper (or Pete Cooper), Martin Shaw, Gerard Presencer, Oliver Preece.
Piano: Clive Dunstall, Steve Hill.
Guitar: James Longworth
Bass Guitar: Phil Mulford
Drums: Chris Dagley
Percussion: Bill Pamplin, Matthew Senior.
Guests: Dick Morrissey (tenor) Ronnie Ross (Baritone).

(B) Reeds: Howard McGill, Lisa Grahame, Ben Waghorn, James Hunt, Jim Tomlinson, Victoria Freestone.
Trombones: Malcolm Smith, Brian Archer, Jeremy Price, Adrian Hallowell, Mark Penny, Elliott mason, Andy Rogers.
French Horn: Clare Lintott
Trumpets: Mark Cumberland, Andy Cuss, Jim Lynch, Oliver Preece, Neil Yates, Bradley Mason, Dominic Glover.
Piano: Simon Carter
Guitar: Phil Robson
Bass: Mark Ong
Drums: Chris Dagley
Percussion: James Mack
Vocals: Vicki Devlin.

(C) As (A) but Saxophones: include Howard McGill, Melanie Bush, Richard Williams and exclude Colin Skinner.
Trombones: include Winston Rollins, Tracy Holloway, Mark Nightingale, Brian Archer, exclude Andy Hutchinson, Patrick Hartley, Malcolm smith, Tibor Hartmann.
Trumpets: include Mark Cumberland, Fred Maxwell, Neil Yates, Graham Russell, exclude Pete Cooper.
Guitar: include Phil Hudson
Bass Guitar: Mark Ong replaces Phil Mulford.
Percussion: Steve Smith and John Robinson replace Bill Pamplin and Matthew Senior.

(D) Reeds: Nigel Hitchcock, Clive Hitchcock, Andy Schofield, Simon Currie, Alan Ladds, Clifford Tracy, Julie Davis.
Trombones: Mark Nightingale, Colin Hill, Fayyaz Virji, Adrian Lane, Nigel Barr.
French Horn: Liz Price
Trumpets: Noel Langley, Andy Mitchell, Richard Sidwell, John Hinch, Steve Titchener.
Piano: John R W G Smith
Guitar: Chris Watson
Bass Guitar: Don Richardson
Drums: Mike Smith
Percussion: Mike Bradley.

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