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  1. Bill Watrous - A Time for Love - harwingsimpricktogoldcapoforjoeprudlet.coinfo Music. Skip to main content Hello, Sign in. Account & Lists Account Returns & Orders. Try Prime Cart. CDs & Vinyl. Go Search Audio CD, Import, April 16, "Please retry" $ $ — Audio CD $ 1 New from $/5(1).
  2. One of the finest bop-oriented trombonists from the s onward, Bill Watrous had a low profile after moving to Los Angeles in the s despite remaining quite active. Possessor of a beautiful tone Read Full Biography. Overview ↓ Biography ↓ Discography ↓ Songs ↓.
  3. William Russell Watrous III was an American jazz trombonist. He is perhaps best known by casual fans of jazz music for his rendition of Sammy Nestico's arrangement of the Johnny Mandel ballad "A.
  4. Bill Watrous. Label: Self Produced Released: Views: 2, Track Listing. Caravan; A Time for Love; Mama Llama Samba; When You. Personnel.
  5. Jul 03,  · In he released the album he would become best known for. “A Time For Love,” featured songs written by Johnny Mandel with charts arranged by Sammy Nestico.
  6. A Time For Love. Plays The Music Of Johnny Mandel Bill Watrous and his Orchestra, Bill Watrous.
  7. Jul 05,  · By the s, these had become more sporadic, although Watrous enjoyed a brief resurgence of popularity in the jazz world with the release of A Time for Love: Bill Watrous Plays the Music of Johnny Mandel. Watrous is survived by his wife, Maryanne, and son Jason. Read a JazzTimes short profile of Bill Watrous.
  8. Bill Watrous has long had one of the prettiest tones of any trombonist, especially in his impressive upper register. It is Watrous ' beautiful sound that is emphasized during the nine Johnny Mandel compositions that comprise this CD. Watrous is accompanied by a big band and on some selections a string section but; other than pianist Shelly Berg (who along with Sammy Nestico contributed all of the 6/
  9. Manhattan Wildlife Refuge and its follow-up, The Tiger of San Pedro, are the only two recordings of trombonist Bill Watrous' impressive big band of the mid-'70s. Watrous, who takes an uncharacteristically crazy cadenza on "Fourth Floor Walk-Up," is in top form on such numbers as Chick Corea's "Spain," "Dichotomy," and "Zip City." Among his more notable sidemen are trumpeter Danny Stiles.

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