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Glenn Anderson, Swingin' the Blues:   

Glenn's first 'solo' CD under his leadership.  Released July 20th, 2003 with Jake Langley leading the way recording, co-producing, mixing and playing guitar with a band featuring Melissa Stylianou on vocals, Jack Zorawski on bass,
Doug Watson (of Jazz FM), Shawn Nykwist, Christopher Plock on reeds, Kevin Clark on trumpet, trombonist William Carn and playing on his last recording before his untimely passing in January, 2003, pianist Bob George.  This CD pays tribute to the smaller combos that often performed within the big bands of Basie, Ellington, and Goodman recorded live 'off the floor'!

 

The Tom deMoraes Swing Orchestra:

Recorded on November 23rd, 1985 at Minkler Auditorium under the direction of Tom deMoraes.  The concert was hosted by Jazz FM's Glenn Woodcock and recorded by then CJRT 91.1 for the Big Band Show. 
 

Doreen Smith, Notes From Home:

This CD contains a number of well known 'standards' sung wonderfully by
vocalist Doreen Smith with guitarist Tony Quarington performing, as musical
director, and producer.

Slim's Lucky Number/ Jump . Jive . Swing:   

An 'EP' CD so to speak with four swing classics sung by Melissa Stylianou with a supporting cast of guitarist Jake Langley, bassist Jack Zorawski ,trumpeter Jake Wilkinson with Glenn on drums.


Like it is Live, Mark Haines & the Zippers:   

And "now for something completely different"...  An eclectic variety
'Celtic'/Rock 'n Roll/R&B and Folk recorded with guitarist/fiddler Mark
Haines and his Zippers live at Jake's Boathouse in Brampton, Ontario.


Georgette Fry, Rites of Passage:   

Blues at it's very best with vocalist Georgette Fry recorded at Studio 92 in Toronto.This CD was nominated for a Juno Award in the Blues Category

 

Optimists Jig, Mark Haines & Tom Leighton: 

More incredible Celtic and Folk classics and originals under the leader
ship of Tom Leighton and Mark Haines.

 
Nancy White, Pumping Irony:   

Recorded in 1993 with satirical vocalist extrodinaire, Nancy White at CBC radio in Toronto.  This is Nancy at her funniest with 17 songs written and sung by White andfriends.  She calls herself "the nation's voice of liberal guilt..." This CD is truly a hilarious piece of Canadiana

Jake Langley, Glenn Jack and Jake

Jake Langley - guitar, Glenn Anderson - drums Recoded in Toronto, May 1999

 
 
       
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