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The jazz trio, quartet or quintet is with few exceptions the largest ensemble you'll find in modern jazz, as economics can seriously impact the feasibility of larger groups, especially on the road. But the rich possibilities afforded by a larger ensemble are undeniable. In this hour, we will delve once again into performances where the number of participants cannot be counted on a single hand.
|Dave Tull||The Texting Song||Texting and Driving|
|John Beasley||Little Rootie Tootie||Presents MONK'estra, Vol. 1|
|Toshiko Akiyoshi - Lew Tabackin
|Road Time Shuffle||Tales of a Courtesan (Oirantan)|
|Gerald Wilson||Moment of Truth||Moment of Truth|
|Maynard Ferguson||Well, Hardly Ever||Around the Horn with Maynard Ferguson|
|Count Basie||Jump for Johnny||On My Way and Shoutin' Again!|
|Duke Ellington||Anatomy of a Murder||Anatomy of a Murder|
|Stan Kenton||Artemis and Apollo||Adventures in Time|
|Bob Mintzer||For the Moment||For the Moment|
|Buddy Rich||Tales of Rhoda Rat||Plays and Plays and Plays|