Orange Then Blue

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Orange Then Blue
Origin Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.
Genres Avant-garde jazz, world fusion
Years active 1984–1999
Labels GM
Past members

Orange Then Blue is an avant-garde big band from Boston, Massachusetts led by drummer George Schuller. Several well known jazz musicians have performed with the group as either members or guests, including trumpeters Dave Douglas and Cuong Vu, saxophonist Chris Speed, and bassist Reid Anderson. George Schuller is the son of Gunther Schuller.[1]


  • Music for Jazz Orchestra (GM, 1986)
  • Where Were You? (GM, 1990)
  • Jumpin' in the Future (GM, 1990)
  • Funkallero (GM, 1991)
  • While You Were Out (GM, 1992)
  • Hold the Elevator: Live in Europe and Other Haunts (GM, 1999)

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  1. ^ Nastos, Michael G. "Orange Then Blue | Biography & History | AllMusic". AllMusic. Retrieved 21 November 2016. 

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