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The Maguire Twins

Label: Independent Label
Released: 2014
Duration: 58:26
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Track Listing

1. Softly as in a Morning Sunrise (Sigmund Romberg) 7:14 Arr. Donald Brown, 2. Pomponio (Bobby Hutcherson) 6:59 Arr. Donald Brown, 3. The Sound of Music (Richard Rodgers) 8:12 Arr. Donald Brown, 4. L’s Bop (Lenny White) 6:17 Arr. Donald Brown, 5. Sakura (Japanese Folksong) 3:01 Arr. Alan Maguire, 6. Hamabe no Uta (Tamezo Narita) 5:06 Arr. Donald Brown, 7. Speak Low (Kurt Weill) 6:17 Arr. Donald Brown, 8. Lady in Jazz (Keith Brown) 6:46 Arr. Keith Brown, 9. Inner Urge (Joe Henderson) 8:34 Arr. Carl Maguire

Personnel

The Maguire Twins
The Maguire Twins

band/orchestra

Additional Personnel / Information

Kirk Whalum, Tenor Sax (3,6,7), Tom Williams, Trumpet, Flugelhorn (2, 3, 7, 8, 9), Don Aliquo, Tenor Sax (1,2,4,8,9) Soprano Sax (3,5,7), Donald Brown, Piano (2, 3, 6, 7), Keith Brown, Piano (1, 4, 5, 8, 9), Alan Maguire, Bass, Carl Maguire, Drums, Ekpe Abioto, Percussion (2, 3, 5, 7), Nygel Yancey, Percussion (2, 3), Kirk Whalum appears courtesy of Mack Avenue Records, Producer: Donald Brown

Album Description

Produced by Donald Brown and featuring Kirk Whalum, trumpeter/flugelhornist Tom Williams, and pianist Keith Brown, Donald’s son, this album showcases The Maguires Twins, Carl Seitaro Maguire on drums and Alan Shutaro Maguire on bass on material ranging from jazz standards like “Speak Low” to the Broadway-derived title track to “Hamabe no Uta,” a popular early-20th-century Japanese tune translated into jazz. They were only 18 years old at the time of recording. Perhaps most significantly to them, they recorded Joe Henderson’s hard-bop classic, “Inner Urge.” Henderson had an enormous influence on them. “He got us into the music,” says Carl. “His harmonies blew me away, plus his writing is so drummeristic.”


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