Horn is Maynard Ferguson's second album on Columbia Records, and the first of his highly successful ". Horn" series of albums. It was also released in Europe as The World of Maynard Ferguson (but with the sides reversed) - not to be confused with the Roulette compilation with the same title. His first record for CBS (The Ballad Style of Maynard Ferguson) was filled with easy listening/pop recordings, but this would be Maynard's first foray into the world of rock music
Maynard Ferguson is a 1971 big band jazz album by Canadian jazz trumpeter Maynard Ferguson. The album was originally released on Columbia Records as Columbia 31117. It was also released in the UK by CBS under the name Alive & Well in London. The album largely consists of arrangements of popular songs of the period along with one original composition. While he merely "dipped his toes" in the waters of pop music for his first Columbia release (.
Chameleon (Maynard Ferguson album). Chameleon is a 1974 big band jazz album by Canadian jazz trumpeter Maynard Ferguson. It features cover versions of many songs that were popular in the years leading up to its production, including: "Jet" by Paul McCartney and Wings, "The Way We Were" – which was popularized by Barbra Streisand, and "Livin' for the City" by Stevie Wonder
Album · 1972 · 8 Songs. Horn Two Maynard Ferguson. Listen on Apple Music.
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Album · 1970 · 6 Songs. Horn, Vol. 1 Maynard Ferguson.
Maynard Ferguson - Mf Horn 1/Mf Horn 2/Mf Horn 3. Maynard Ferguson. 2, Ferguson performs with his English band featuring other famed musicians including Martin Drover, Peter King and Danny Moss. This release shows Ferguson covering Pop and Rock oriented material including 'Hey Jude', 'Spinning Wheel' and 'Theme From Shaft'.
Horn Maynard Ferguson. This album has an average beat per minute of 118 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 83/171 BPM).
Maynard (Maynard Ferguson album). Maynard is the second compilation album and 15th overall by Canadian jazz trumpeter Maynard Ferguson on Columbia Records In the album's liner notes, noted music critic Mort Goode states "This album underscores Maynard's dedication to the jazz composer. Horn VI: Live at Ronnie's. The Lost Tapes Volume One. The Lost Tapes Volume Two.