Meet Me Where They Play the Blues
15 tracks
  • Release Date: February 1, 1998
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Short Description

Bill Allred's Classic Jazz Band most exciting and challenging album. This sixth album for the band is loaded with incredible arrangements and equally incredible playing.

Album Description

Bill Allred’s Classic Jazz Band most exciting and challenging album. This sixth album for the band is loaded with incredible arrangements and equally incredible playing. Opening with an adaptation of South Rampart Street from Billy May’s Sorta Dixie recording, Bill Allred’s men will amaze you with their versatility.

Terry Myers plays piccolo, clarinet, tenor and soprano saxes; Bill leads the ensemble on trombone and sings; John Allred plays trombone and arranged a song for Bobby Pickwood to sing; Randy Morris and Bill Hunter dazzle us with their unique styles on piano, Charlie Bertini, Jay Mueller, and Warren Sauer keep everybody pumping with lead trumpet, bass, and drums.

Whether you like Ray Charles, Benny Goodman, Louis Armstrong, or Henry Mancini, there is something on this album for you. This is Classic Jazz arranged for the music lover everywhere.

Album Team

Meet Me Where They Play the Blues

Meet Me Where They Play the Blues

Meet Me Where They Play the Blues

Meet Me Where They Play the Blues