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Music from another time

Trombones Unlimited dates back to the 1960s; I still have the two albums represented here in this collection. Finding them on iTunes at long last is like returning to a lost world. The innocence and effervescence captured here arose out of the record industry's attempts to follow the sucess of Herb Alpert and the Tijauna Brass by employing a similar formula: a selection of then current pop tunes and popular classics arranged with a bright brass sound. In this case, two top trombonists Mike Barone and Frank Rosalino do the honors. What started as a somewhat generic product with largely studio players was developing into quite a special sound by the time Trombones Unlimited project came to an end after six albums. Despite having to fit their efforts into a format designed for radio play of the time, Barone and Rosalino still manage to sound like they're having a lot of fun while they put out some more than merely competent performances. It's like having a long lost treasure found again - perhaps the rest of the Trombones Unlimited albums can be revived soon? For anyone who was ever a fan of Alpert and the TJB, this music will bring a smile to your face.

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Original Recordings, Trombones Unlimited
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Pop, Music, Latino
  • Released: Jan 01, 2008

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