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Orange Then Blue:
Where Were You?
WHERE WERE YOU? coverOn its first “live” recording, Boston’s most acclaimed little big band shows off the energy and groove that had made them local heroes. Joined by tenor sax late great George Adams, Orange Then Blue burns its way through over 70 minutes of music chosen from recent club and concert dates and recorded digitally.

Where Were You? features music of Charles Mingus, Paul Motian, Miles Davis, Thelonious Monk (including the “scary” version of “Friday the Thirteenth“) and George Garzone.

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Also available for downloads on Amazon as well as Apple Music, Spotify, Rhapsody, eMusic and other digital sites.

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George Adams, tenor saxophoneMatt Darriau, alto saxophone, clarinet, soprano saxophone, slide whistle, pop gunsGeorge Garzone, tenor saxophone;  
Dave Finucane
, tenor saxophone, soprano saxophone, baritone saxophone, clarinet, bass clarinetAdam Kolker, soprano saxophone, tenor saxophone, flute, clarinetRoy Okutani, Andy Gravish, Greg Hopkins, Ken Cervenka,
Matt Simon, trumpetRick Stepton, Curtis Hasselbring, trombonePeter Cirelli, bass trombone, euphoniumHoward Johnson, tubaBevan Manson, keyboards;  
Bruce Barth
, pianoDave Clark, bassGeorge Schuller, drums, percussion;  
Russ Gold
, percussion
1. New York Flash Pants (Garzone) 8:25
2. Orange Was the Color of Her Dress Then Blue Silk (Mingus) 6:37
3. U’n’l (Davis) 13:20
4. Song with Orange (Mingus) 12:12
5. The Owl from Cranston (Motian) 6:56
6. Ba-Lue-Bolivar-Ba-Lues-Are (Monk) 9:25
7. Friday the Thirteenth (scary version) (Monk) 12:48
Recorded on (#2, 4, 6) 3 May 1987 at Villa Victoria Cultural Center in Boston, Massachusetts, (#3, 5, 7) 31 October 1987 at Ryles in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and (#1) 20 March 1988 at the Fitzgerald Theatre in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Executive Producer: Gunther Schuller
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