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  1. Terry Gibbs discography and songs: Music profile for Terry Gibbs, born 13 October Genres: Jazz, Swing, Big Band. Albums include Take It From Me, Plays Jewish Melodies in Jazztime, and Vibes on Velvet.
  2. Find Terry Gibbs discography, albums and singles on AllMusic. Dream Band, Vol. 4: Main Stem: Contemporary Records The Dream Band, Vol. 5: Big Cat: Contemporary Records Terry Gibbs Quartet: Fresh Sound Reza Bopstacle Course.
  3. Jan 01,  · Terry Gibbs' Dream Band was a very special unit which produced some first-rate recordings - all made "live" at the Sundown club (later re-named the Summit) in Hollywood. Originally, there were 3 albums, recorded in - all of high quality. Then, the band was recorded again in and "Main Stem" was one of the 2 albums that flowed from then.5/5(7).
  4. Feb 27,  · Opus One, arranged by Marty Paich, performed by Terry Gibbs Big Band, March 26, for WGBH-PBS TV. Trumpets: Bill Berry, Pete Candoli, John Audino, Conte.
  5. Terry Gibbs on vibes and marimba matches wits and creativity with Victor Feldman and Larry Bunker, both of whom double on vibes and xylophone. Assisted by pianist Lou Levy, bassist Max Bennett and drummer Mel Lewis, the intriguing front line essentially plays bop, but with a great deal of color.5/5(4).
  6. Big-band jazz gains a dimension when it is energized by a brilliant central virtuoso like Terry Gibbs, and he self-evidently sparked these live sessions, wailing in front of a fine band with the kind of men and arrangements that suited him perfectly.
  7. Terry Gibbs - Dream Band - glycufafutolalnaijouparseoholdweb.coinfo Music. Skip to main content Hello, Sign in. Account & Lists Sign in Account & Lists Returns & Orders. Try Prime Cart. CDs & Vinyl Go Search Hello.
  8. Unlike the first three CDs released by Contemporary of Terry Gibbs' early-'60s "Dream Band," the music on the fourth and fifth volumes was out previously on Mercury. And while the earlier sets focused on swing-era standards, the fourth volume mostly has less common material.

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