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The North Texas State University Lab Band, Leon Breeden - Lab '75 mp3 album Performer: The North Texas State University Lab Band
Title: Lab '75
Style: Big Band, Jazz-Funk
Date of release: 1975
Country: US
Size MP3: 1714 mb
Size FLAC: 1296 mb
Rating: 4.6
Format: DXD RA MOD AA MP2 MP1 ADX

The ONLY "lizard" on this album is on the cover - inside you find NONE!

When Leon Breeden took over the Lab Band Program in 1959, there were . At that time, the Two O'Clock was the premier band, known as Laboratory Dance Band A. History.

Harold Leon Breeden (3 October 1921 – 11 August 2010) was a jazz educator and musician. When he was three his parents moved to Wichita Falls, Texas, where he grew up and graduated from high school.

This album is titled " lab! " by THE . LAB BANDS (North Texas State University). Lab Band and the 7:00 o 'Clock Lab Band.

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Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 F.M.
Flugelhorn – Ray SasakiPiano – Lyle Mays
8:12
A2 Overture To The Royal Mongolian Suma Foosball Festival
Tenor Saxophone – Dick Kent, Pete Brewer
7:34
B1 What Was
Piano – Lyle Mays
8:18
The Continuing Adventures Of Supertonic
B2 Movement I
Flute – Pete BrewerPiano – Lyle Mays
5:16
B3 Movement II
Soprano Saxophone – Pete Brewer
3:42
B4 Movement V 4:34

Companies, etc.

  • Manufactured By – A+R Record Manufacturing Corporation – 58X94
  • Distributed By – Ray Lawrence, Ltd.

Credits

  • Arranged By – Lyle Mays
  • Composed By – Chick Corea (tracks: B1), Lyle Mays (tracks: A1, A2, B2 to B4)
  • Directed By – Leon Breeden

Notes

MEMORANDUM - Lab Band Office
Summer, 1975
Let it be known that in this year of 1975 at North Texas State University the lab band personnel started using the term "LIZARD" to indicate a bad solo, a bad or weak performer, a bad chart, etc. Also used were the terms "LIZARDO" and "REPTILLIAN" to indicate REALLY bad ones!
THIS, THEN, IS A ONE-LIZARD ALBUM!
The ONLY "lizard" on this album is on the cover - inside you find NONE!
The level of writing and performance is such that this may well be THE BEST JAZZ ALBUM OF 1975; if not, it will EQUAL any that is voted "the best!"
Listen - see if you don't agree!
Leon Breeden

The Selections were determined by a vote of the entire band.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
LA7501-LB North Texas State University Lab Band*, Leon Breeden North Texas State University Lab Band*, Leon Breeden - Lab 75 ‎(CD, Album, RE) North Texas Jazz LA7501-LB US Unknown
57X06 North Texas State University Jazz Lab Band*, Leon Breeden North Texas State University Jazz Lab Band*, Leon Breeden - Lab '75! ‎(LP, Album) NTSU Jazz 57X06 US 1975


User reviews
Bremar
Features a young Lyle Mays (later of Pat Metheny's band) and a young Marc Johnson (later of the great Bass Desires with Frisell/Scofield.)
Aloo
I received this lp today, and I couldn't be more pleased. This record sounds amazing, one of the best sounding records I have. Honestly, i was ecstatic when I listened all the way through. Not only the mixing, mastering and recording, but the superb musicianship. If you like jazz, this is an amazing record.