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Brian Choper, Choper Jazz Project - Live In Annapolis (Entertainment Connection)

Brian Choper, Choper Jazz Project - Live In Annapolis (Entertainment Connection)


The Choper Jazz Project -- live in concert, Annapolis MD, November 6, 2005. A live recording of True Swing (dance Jazz).This is an interesting album a live recording made into a CD due to popular demand. We had a lot of fun with this. For example, about halfway through the concert the band decided to do something different. We decided to deviate from the program and give the audience a rare glimpse of how the band sounded impromptu.This recording demonstrates the bands energy, but it also allows the listener to enjoy the flexibility and diversity we are known for in our repertoire. I hope you enjoy it.


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Title Listen Length Price Select
1. It Don't Mean A Thing 2:27 $0.99
2. Don't Get Around Much Anymore 3:46 $0.99
3. Satin Doll 3:20 $0.99
4. I'm Beginning To See The Light 4:15 $0.99
5. A Train 3:41 $0.99
6. Georgia 4:37 $0.99
7. Paper Moon 4:08 $0.99
8. Night And Day 2:51 $0.99
9. Brazil 3:01 $0.99
 
 
This is an interesting album a live recording made into a CD due to popular demand. We had a lot of fun with this. For example, about halfway through the concert the band decided to do something different. We decided to deviate from the program and give the audience a rare glimpse of how the band sounded impromptu. Choosing the tunes to toy with, the band had not played either Georgia or Night And Day in a long time, so we decided to have some fun with those. The drum solo leading into It Dont Mean A Thing was spur of the moment as well. We love the spontaneity, and I think the audience got a kick out of it, too. Ironically, I think Georgia is one of the best tunes on the album. We love to mix it up. It is our trademark, and it is one aspect of our sound that distinguishes us from other bands. This recording demonstrates the bands energy, but it also allows the listener to enjoy the flexibility and diversity we are known for in our repertoire. I hope you enjoy it.