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A trumpeter's delight, this recording features three leading modern mainstream trumpet players in an old fashioned jam. Vincent DiMartino, Allen Vizutti, and Bobby Shew may be a bit slick for some tastes, but there is no denying their technical virtuosity. What makes this stand out from the crowd is the visceral excitement that erupts as these three run through such gems as "It's Only a Paper Moon," and "All the Things You Are." The latter is brought to modern life by the wonderfully creative arranging of John Harmon, who also redesigned "Moonglow." The recording captures the soloists live, backed by a more-than-adequate brass and rhythm section. While Sam Pilafian gets a few tasty shots on tuba, and Luke Gillespie shows his chops on piano, it is the trumpet trio that steals the show, with crowd-pleasing acrobatics and even some beautiful ballad work (on, for example, "Laura Joy"). ~ Steven A. Loewy, Rovi


Born: 1952 in Missoula, MT

Genre: Jazz

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s

A brilliant trumpeter with a wide range and technique that borders on the wondrous, Al Vizzutti has thus far mostly recorded in more poppish settings than one would hope. He began studying classical trumpet at age nine from his father, a self-taught trumpeter. Vizzutti advanced very quickly and, while still in high school, he played with the University of Montana Band. In 1967, he met Doc Severinson and through the years he often appeared with the Tonight Show Orchestra, also writing and arranging...
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