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Daydream - Thomas Chapin - Alive (CD)

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  1. tiopusfalenonnuscfatamapnacordre.coinfo: The premier site for the history and analysis of the standards jazz musicians play the most.
  2. 8 Compact Disc Boxed Set: 7 Chapin's albums previously isssued on Knitting Factory Records and a new bonus CD "Trio Live" including enhanced video. Disc 1 recorded at the Hillside, Waterbury, CT on 1/19/91 except tracks , , at Skidmore College on 4/5(2).
  3. THOMAS CHAPIN. Alive. SEALED 8 CD set. Knitting Factory Records Stereo. COVER & DISCS: MINT still sealed, never played, some peeling on back shrink wrap. THOMAS CHAPIN with John Zorn, Kiyoto Fujiwara, Mario Pavone, Steve Johns, Cutis Fowlkes, Marcus Rojas, and others. TracklistEnd date: Jun 03,
  4. Thomas Chapin – Alto Sax, Alto Flute Douglas Yates – Bass Clarinet Bill Lowe – Tuba, Trombone Curtis Hasslebring – Trombone Gloria Tropp – Vocalist. Horn arrangements by John Medeski. Recorded live to 2 track DAT *except horns live to 24 track December 15 & 16, , at Baby Monster, NYC by David Baker Additional recording at Water.
  5. Mostly performances by the Thomas Chapin Trio (including bassist Mario Pavone and drummers Michael Sarin and Steve Johns), the tunes also include two from Thomas's SPIRITS REBELLIOUS album and two from the NEVER LET ME GO 3-CD set featuring Thomas in a quartet.
  6. It seems hard to believe that it has been 20 years since the passing of the Great Thomas Chapin in February of Mr. Chapin was an incredible alto saxist, flute player, composer and bandleader, an unstoppable free spirit who touched anyone who met him or witnessed his music live or on record.
  7. Thomas Chapin. Music Thomas Chapin's Legacy Kept Alive With 8-CD Set Saxophonist galvanized new audience by combining old and new forms. archive .
  8. Alive (8CD Box Set): Thomas Chapin Trio [PSR#] PERSONNEL: CD #3 Thomas Chapin Trio plus Brass / "Insomnia" PERSONNEL Thomas Chapin- alto & sopranino sax, flute Mario Pavone- bass Daydream 8. Put Your Quarter in and Watch the Chicken Dance 9. Foxwoods Stomp.
  9. Chapin studied with Jackie McLean and Paul Jeffrey. He played with Lionel Hampton. Chapin died of leukemia three weeks before his 41st birthday. He last played two weeks before his death, at a benefit concert. Biography. Alto saxophonist and flautist, Thomas Chapin was born on March 9, in Manchester, Connecticut.

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