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Why Shouldn't a World-Class College Big Band Get a Grammy? One O'Clock Lab Band

The One O'Clock Lab Band is the highest level of nine big bands of the Jazz Studies Division at the University of North Texas College of Music. "Lab 2011" documents the remarkable artistry of the University of North Texas One O'Clock Lab Band led by Steve Weist. Tracks include: Modus Operandy (comp Michael Brecker arr Kevin Swaim), Duplicity (Colin Campbell), Perseverance (Richard DeRosa), Hip Pickles (Lou Marini Jr.), Nail in the Coffin (Kevin Swaim), Doublethink (Sean Nelson), Yesterdays (comp Jerome Kern arr Bill Homan),Special Interests (Neil Slater), The Last Theme Song (Steve Wiest) For more info, please visit: http://jazz.unt.edu/oneoclock/
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