- Performer Bill Kirchner Nonet
- Title What It Is To Be Frank
- Date of release 1982
- Other formats MIDI FLAC VQF DXD WMA DMF AHX
- Genre Jazz
- Size MP3 1668 mb
- Size FLAC 1915 mb
- Rating: 4.6
- Votes: 602
What It Is to Be Frank.
Bill Kirchner covered Sunday in New York, (They Long to Be) Close to You, On the Sunny Side of the Street, The Star-Crossed Lovers and other songs. The Bill Kirchner Nonet. William Joseph Kirchner Jr. Born. Released on What It Is to be Frank (1982). They Long to Be) Close to You. Originally by Richard Chamberlain. Released on Trance Dance - Live in Concert (1999).
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Frank Black is the first solo album from the American alternative rock musician Frank Black. The album was recorded in 1992 and released on 9 March 1993 via 4AD, after the breakup of the Pixies. The album was similar in style, both musically and lyrically, to the Pixies' last album Trompe le Monde. Frank Black was characterized by a focus on UFOs and science fiction. Two singles from the album-"Los Angeles" and "Hang on to Your Ego"-were released in 1993.
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The Bill Kirchner Nonet. Sheila Jordan - One Starry Night, 2011. You'd Be So Nice To Come Home To 12:22. Opening Announcements 00:43. I Concentrate On You 08:11. Whose Little Angry Man 05:47.
Among the members of the Frank Wess Nonet are trumpeters Terell Stafford and Frank Greene, trombonist Steve Turre, altoist Ted Nash and baritone/bass saxophonist Scott Robinson, with bassist Peter Washington, pianist Gerald Clayton and drummer Winard Harper rounding out the rhythm section. Guests Michael Weiss (piano) and Rufus Reid (bass) sub for Clayton and Washington, respectively, on two tracks. Though well established as a premier flautist, Wess has also made his mark as a Lester Young-influenced tenor saxophonist; it is as a sax man that he predominates here, though he also plays flute on selected tracks. The "magic" begins right off the bat on the opening title piece-one of four arranged by drummer Dennis Mackrel-a swinging bebop burner showcasing Wess on the lead backed up by the five-piece horn section that relinquishes the stage to Robinson's lively baritone voice.
|A1||On The Sunny Side Of The Street||5:03|
|A3||Milk Chocolate Princess||7:42|
|B1||Theme For Gregory||6:44|
|B4||What It Is To Be Frank||4:58|