Q'd Up [CD] - Q'd Up

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With several new faces and a brand-new name, Q'd Up, the combo formerly known as FJQ, or Faculty Jazz Quartet delivers up some brilliant contemporary jazz, featuring Ray Smith on winds, Steve Lindeman on piano, Lars Yorgason on bass, and two drummer/percussionists, Ron Brough and Jay Lawrence, who alternate between the drum set and the front line of the band. Featuring jazz standards as well as original material by band members, this is a benchmark album in BYU jazz. The all-digital sound is clean and smooth, and the CD has been played on many jazz stations across the US.

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1. Avalon
Al Jolson and Vincent Rose

2. Oz
Andy Narell

3. Shiny Stockings
Frank Foster

4. Scarlett
Steve Lindeman

5. Flight of the Foo Birds
Neal Hefti

6. I'm Beginning to See the Light
Duke Ellington, Don George, Johnny Hodges, and Harry James

7. Gentle Train
Lars Yorgason

8. La Samba
Ray Obiedo

9. A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square
Eric Maschwitz and Manning Scherwin

10. Sicily
Chick Corea


Produced by Ron Simpson

Recorded and mixed by Michael Chadbourne at the LDS Motion Picture Studio, Provo, Utah

Mastered by Bernie Grundman using HDCD technology

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