the live at the century plaza (1978) by frank capp/pierce juggernaut band with

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The Live at the Century Plaza (1978) by Frank Capp/Pierce Juggernaut Band with Joe Wliams The packaging for this reissue CD could be better (it leaves out the personnel listing and even the recorng date) but the Capp/Pierce Juggernaut is heard throughout the live session in fine form. The main soloists in the 1978 version of the 17-piece orchestra are pianist co-leader Nat Pierce, trumpeter Al Aarons, trombonist Buster Cooper, tenors Bob Cooper and Herman Rey, and altoist Marshall Royal; the other co-leader, Frank Capp, has a drum feature on "Capp This." The Count Basie sound-alike band (which sounds surprisingly like Duke Ellington's on "Fiesta in Brass") performs Pierce's arrangements with swing and spirit. An added plus is that Joe Wliams sits in for "Joe's Blues" (during which he sings some of his favorite blues stanzas) along with a throwaway version of "What the World Needs Now Is Love." ~ Scott Yanow, Rovi CD, Concord 1990 1 sc The Live at the Century Plaza (1978) by Frank Capp/Pierce Juggernaut Band with Joe WliamsTRACKLISTING:Fiesta In BrassBasies Deep FrySouvenirCapp This!!TarragonSwing ShiftJoes BluesWhat The World Needs Now Is LoveFORMAT:vinyl LPRECORD LABEL:Concord JazzCATALOGUE No:CJ-72COUNTRY:USAYEAR:1978ADTIONAL INFO:DeletedBARCODE:N/AALTERNATIVE ARTIST NAMES:Capp / Pierce The Capp / Pierce Juggernaut CONTIONI MINT CD E' COME NUOVO