Bob Florence

Bob Florence Trio

Fresh Sound Records

Bob Florence (p), Ken Greig (b), Jack Davenport (d)

Reference: FSRCD 303

Bar code: 7619936003035

01. I'd Like To Recognize The Tune (Rodgers-Hart) 3:03
02. I'll Take Romance (Oakland-Hammerstein) 2:37
03. Here Lies Love (Robin-Rainger) 3:29
04. Surrey With A Fringe On Top (Rodgers-Hammerstein) 2:21
05. Mambob (Bob Florence) 2:38
06. Love Is The Sweetest Thing (Ray Noble) 1:57
07. Paris In The Spring (Gordon-Revel) 2:03
08. Doin’ The New Lowdown (Jimmy McHugh) 3:28
09. Flamingo (Grouya-Anderson) 2:48
10. Cowbells (Bob Florence) 2:12
11. I'll Remember April (Raye-DePaul-Johnston) 2:24
12. Meter Cheater (Bob Florence) 2:55
13. Everything I´ve Got Belongs To You (Rodgers-Hart) 2:38
14. A Foogy Day (G. & I. Gershwin) 2:05
15. Anything Goes (Cole Porter) 2:36
16. Four Or Five (Bob Florence) 2:55
17. Have You Met Miss Jones? (Rodgers-Hart) 3:51
18. Moonglow (Hudson-DeLange) 3:16
19. Love Is Here To Stay (G. & I. Gershwin) 4:05
20. Liza (G. & I. Gershwin) 3:16

Album details

Bob Florence (piano), Ken Greig (bass), Jack Davenport (drums).
Recorded at Arts Studios, in Hollywood, California, June 18 & 19, 1956

Produced for CD release by Jordi Pujol

Stereo · Digitally Remastered / Super Bit Mapping

Press reviews

"A top arranger influenced by Bill Holman, Bob Florence regularly leads a big band in the Los Angeles area. He worked as a pianist and arranger for Si Zentner's band during 1959-1964; his chart on "Up a Lazy River" was a hit in 1960. Florence has worked extensively in the studios and in commercial music (he is the longtime musical director for Julie Andrews) and played with the 1980's version of the Dave Pell Octet, but has also led his own orchestra off and on since 1958. That year, he recorded an obscure trio date and a couple of big band albums. His orchestra backed Big Miller in 1961 and there were recordings in 1965 and 1968, but Florence hit his stride in 1979 with a big band set for Trend. Since then, he has recorded fairly regularly for Trend/Discovery, Bosco, USA, and the MAMA Foundation. Florence's arrangements are among the most colorful (and challenging) in jazz."

Scott Yanow -All Music Guide


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