November Afternoon – Tom McIntosh
Art Farmer's trumpet solo on a Tom McIntosh classic. Available in B-flat and C editions.
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- Recording: The Jazztet - The Jazztet At Birdhouse
- Recorded on: May 15, 1961
- Label: Argo (LP 688)
- Concert Key: B-flat
- Vocal Range: , to
- Style: Swing (uptempo)
- Trumpet - Art Farmer
- Tenor Sax - Benny Golson
- Trombone - Tom McIntosh
- Piano - Cedar Walton
- Bass - Tommy Williams
- Drums - Albert "Tootie" Heath
In addition to playing with and recording with the Jazztet in 1961, Art Farmer found time to record his own quartet album "Perception" for Argo in late October.
Recorded Quintet Arrangement: This arrangement has an interlude between soloists and quite a few specific rhythm section parts. Therefore, a full score and separate parts are necessary, so this printed sextet arrangement is available at ejazzlines.com.
February 6, 1927 – July 26, 2017
Born and raised in Baltimore, Maryland, trombonist and arranger/composer Tom McIntosh studied voice at the Peabody Conservatory in 1944. In 1950 he was stationed in Germany with an Army band, where he first encountered reedman James Moody, who was touring Europe with Coleman Hawkins. Nine years later, after graduating from the Juillard School in NYC, Mac was hired by Moody to play in his sextet. The sextet became a septet for the first Moody recording, simply titled "James Moody," recorded in Chicago in August, 1959, for the Argo label. This album also contained Tom's first recorded composition With Malice Toward None, which Tom arranged as well. Read more...