One For All's THE LINEUP

February 20, 2024, is the 18th anniversary of "The Lineup", an album by the sextet One For All. Newly added to are two songs and two solo transcriptions from this session. For Anatolia, a modal uptempo song by tenor saxophonist Eric Alexander, we have lead sheets, second and third horn parts, and a condensed score for the sextet arrangement. Trumpeter Jim Rotondi's funky bossa Downtown Sounds is also available as a sextet arrangement, with a full score and parts.

You can get arrangements of Rotondi's Express Train and other songs from "The Lineup" at online music stores (like and On, we have solo transcriptions of Rotondi and Alexander on this song--our first transcribed solos on for both of these players.

Another song recorded by One For All had a recording anniversary earlier this month. Trombonist Steve Davis first recorded Daylight--a Latin long-meter blues with a simple, open-ended melody--on February 7, 2013, on his quintet album "For Real." He also recorded a three-trombone sextet version later in 2013 with Steve Turre, and another sextet arrangement on One For All's 2015 album "The Third Decade". All three arrangements are now up on

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