The Clayton Brothers - Siblingity mp3 album
The Clayton Brothers – Siblingity. Label: Qwest Records – 9 47813-2. Written-By – Jeff Clayton (3). 5:53. Written-By – John Clayton. 6. You Bossa Nova Me. 7. If This Isn't Love. Written-By – Burton Lane, .
The Clayton Brothers, Clayton-Hamilton Jazz Orchestra. He also performed in a duo as the Clayton Brothers with musicians such as Bill Cunliffe and Terell Stafford. He has been Artistic Director for the Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival, Sarasota Jazz Festival, Santa Fe Jazz Party, Jazz Port Townsend Summer Workshop, Jazz at Centrum and Vail Jazz Workshop. From 1999 to 2001 was Artistic Director of Jazz for the Los Angeles Philharmonic program at the Hollywood Bowl. 2005 Back in the Swing of Things. 2008 Brother to Brother.
Siblingity, The Clayton Brothers, 2000. Back in the Swing of Things, The Clayton Brothers, 2005. Christmas Songs, Diana Krall and the Clayton-Hamilton Jazz Orchestra, 2005. Clayton-Hamilton Jazz Orchestra: Live at MCG, 2005. Flirting With Twilight, Kurt Elling, 2001.
The brothers' third album, this 1991 recording features their working quartet of John Clayton (bass), Jeff Clayton (reeds), Jeff Hamilton (drums), and Bill Cunliffe (piano). Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist (Sample).
Grammy nominated quintet, the Clayton Brothers: Jeff Clayton, alto sax, oboe, french horn, flute; John Clayton, bass .
CLAYTON BROTHERS is a fusion post bop music artist. That CD as well as "Expressions" and "Siblingity" (Qwest) are bristling with surprises, delights and the kind of musical telepathy that could only come from tuned in siblings.
Their third album as the Clayton Brothers, The Music, arrived in 1991. For this date, the group was a quartet filled out by Hamilton and pianist Bill Cunliffe. Herlin Riley replaced Hamilton for 1997's Expressions after the Claytons signed to Qwest Records, but Hamilton was back in the drummer's chair for 2000's Siblingity, which marked the group's expansion to a quintet with the addition of trumpeter Terell Stafford. The group followed up with 2005's Back in the Swing of Things and 2008's Brother to Brother
The Clayton Brothers is the brain child of saxophonist Jeff Clayton. According to Jeff, some 30 years ago he and his brother, Grammy Award winning bassist John Clayton, agreed to support each other's preferred formats. Jeff's love of small groups lead to formation of the Clayton Brothers Quintet. John's love for big bands led to formation of the Clayton-Hamilton Jazz Orchestra with drummer Jeff Hamilton, of which brother Jeff is a part. Siblingity (Warner Bros, 2000). Back in the Swing oh Things (Sindrome,2005). The group followed up with 2005's Back in the Swing of Things and 2008's Brother to Brother
Their CD, "Back in the Swing of Things" (Hyena) demonstrates their unique musical vision and swing. In the fall of 2004, The Clayton Brothers were featured on the cover of JazzTimes' Education Resource Guide, naming them jazz educators for the year.
|Blues On Parade||7:38|
|Silver Worth Gold||7:43|
|You Bossa Nova Me||7:01|
|If This Isn't Love||3:33|
|The Bop Be Pops||4:27|
|Save Yourself For Me||5:55|
|9 47813-2||The Clayton Brothers||Siblingity (CD)||Qwest Records||9 47813-2||US||2000|
|9 47813-2||The Clayton Brothers||Siblingity (CD, Album)||Qwest Records||9 47813-2||US||2000|