Mike Barone

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Mike Barone is an American jazz musician and big band leader. His Mike Barone Big Band became one of the best known West Coast big bands, from early days playing at Donte's in North Hollywood in the late sixties.[1] Barone's brother, Gary Barone, is a trumpeter.

Discography[edit]

As leader

  • 1984 Blues & Other Happy Moments, Barone Brothers
  • 1998 Live at Donte's 1968, Mike Barone Big Band
  • 2005 Live 2005!, Mike Barone Big Band
  • 2006 Metropole, Mike Barone Big Band

As sideman

References[edit]

  1. ^ Alain Tercinet West Coast jazz 1986 - Page 279 "Ils constituent des bigs bands pour le plaisir, tels ceux de Mike Barone ou de Clare Fischer —"
  2. ^ "Mike Barone | Credits | AllMusic". AllMusic. Retrieved 23 January 2017. 
  3. ^ The Jazz discography Tom Lord - 2003 - Volume 33 - Page B-175 [B1396] Live At Dontc's, 1968 : The Mike Barone Big Band : Larry McGuire, Buddy Childers, Gary Barone, Steve Huffsteter (tp) Charlie Loper, Pete Myers, Vince Diaz, Ernie Tack (tb) unknown (tb) Med Flory, Bill Perkins (as) Lou Ciotti (is) Bill ...
  4. ^ Jazz Education Journal -2007 Volume 39 Page xci "The following are some firm CD recommendations. MIKE BARONE BIG BAND. Metropole. Rhubarb. This is a fine ..."
  5. ^ Jazz Times -2007 Volume 37,Numéros 6 à 10 - Page 34 " MIKE BARONE BIG BAND Metropole (Rhubarb) Ever wonder why certain leaders (particularly those who build a core group of sidemen for their rehearsal bands) can always count on the loyalty of the ..."