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Since the jazz studies program (originally a major in "Dance Band") began in the 1946-47 school year, the One O'Clock has made recordings. Gene Hall and Leon Breeden made a number of LPs for the band members in the early years and then, with the creation of the world's first university record label: NT Jazz, Leon Breeden initiated the yearly recording tradition in 1967 that has continued right up to the present day. Constituting one of the largest recorded bodies of work in all of jazz, NT Jazz also boasts six Grammy nominations. Currently, we are in the process of making all of these recordings available in both hard copy and online formats. The following is a list of all of the projects that are currently available on CD. Watch for updates as the catalog develops.

Directed by Jay Saunders

Lab 2015

  • All the Things You Are (7:13) Jerome Kern & Oscar Hammerstein II/arr. Drew Zaremba
    Daniel Matthews, trumpet; Mark Hartsuch, tenor sax; Connor Kent, drum set; Nick Rothouse, percussion
  • Out in the Storm (5:54) Aaron Hedenstrom
    Alex Fraile, tenor sax
  • Pistachio (6:20) Drew Zaremba
    Joakim Toftgård, trombone; John Sturino, vibraphone; Drew Zaremba, Hammond B3 organ
  • Neil (6:21) Rich DeRosa
    Sergio Pamies, piano
  • Anthropoidea (9:23) Garrett Wingfield
    Jonathan Mones, alto sax; Brad Kang, guitar; Connor Kent, drum set
  • The Song Is You (6:10) Jerome Kern & Oscar Hammerstein II/arr. Drew Zaremba
    Drew Zaremba, alto sax; Matt Corrigan, trombone; Jack Helsley, bass; Mark Hartsuch, tenor sax; Trumpet section
  • The Other Side (6:25) Kevin Swaim Garrett Wingfield, baritone sax; Connor Kent, drum set
  • Smoke Gets In Your Eyes (8:02) Jerome Kern & Otto Harbach/arr. Drew Zaremba
    Daniel Matthews, flügelhorn; Alex Fraile, tenor sax
  • Uncertainty (6:42) Brad Kang/arr. Drew Zaremba
    Brad Kang, guitar; Connor Kent, drum set

Directed by Steve Wiest

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Lab 2013

    (an homage to Denton, Texas)

    • Take The A-Train (Billy Strayhorn/arr Richard DeRosa)
    • Old West (Aaron Hedenstrom)
    • Somewhere on the 33rd Parallel (Keith Karns)
    • Denton Standard Time (Steve Wiest)
    • As Time Goes By (Herman Hupfield/arr Drew Zaremba)
    • Will or Would? (Neil Slater)
    • The Square (Keith Karns)
    • Honeybee (Aaron Hedenstrom)
    • Traffic Jam (Jenny Kellogg)
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Lab 2012

  • Be That Way (Tyler Mire)
  • Abby Song (Jenny Kellogg)
  • Shiny Stockings (Frank Foster)
  • The Fifth Shade (Steve Wiest)
  • The Sparrow Was Gone in an Instant (Aaron Hedenstrom)
  • Fugue for Thought (Richard DeRosa)
  • From Above (Aaron Hedenstrom)
  • 3rd and 55th (Neil Slater)
  • Race to the Finish (Drew Zaremba)
  • Video: "Miles of Shades"(Music: Jenny Kellogg, Aaron Hedenstrom and Tyler Mire. Animation: Peter Rand)
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Lab 2011

  • Modus Operandy (Michael Brecker/arr Kevin Swaim)
  • Duplicity (Colin Campbell)
  • Perseverance (Richard DeRosa)
  • Hip Pickles (Lou Marini Jr.)
  • Nail in the Coffin (Kevin Swaim)
  • Doublethink (Sean Nelson)
  • Yesterdays (Jerome Kern/arr Bill Holman)
  • Special Interests (Neil Slater)
  • The Last Theme Song (Steve Wiest)
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Lab 2010

  • House of Cards (Kevin Swaim)
  • Not Yet (Neil Slater)
  • The Oracle (Kevin Swaim)
  • New Cydonia (Steve Wiest)
  • Fly Me to the Moon (Bart Howard, arr. Tierney Sutton, adapt. Dave Richards)
  • Prime Directive (Dave Holland/arr. Josh Dresser)
  • Newport (Slide Hampton)
  • Pretzel Logic (Walter Becker and Donald Fagen/arr. Fred Sturm)
  • Sword Fight (Dave Richards)
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Lab 2009

Nominated for Two Grammys: "Best Large Jazz Ensemble" and "Best Instrumental Composition" ("Ice-Nine" composed by Steve Wiest)
  • Sno' Peas (Phil Markowitz/arr. Richard DeRosa)
  • Dark Matters (Dave Richards)
  • Another Other (Neil Slater)
  • Li'l Darlin' (Neal Hefti/arr. Kevin Swaim)
  • Unformal (Dave Richards)
  • Time Sensitive (Neil Slater)
  • Here Comes McBride (Dave Brubeck/arr. Dave Richards)
  • November (John Guari)
  • Ice-Nine (Steve Wiest)

Directed by Neil Slater

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Live at Blues Alley (Double CD)

CD 1:
  • Harlem Nocturne (Rogers/Hagen/arr Bret Zvacek)
  • Mean Uncle Jelly Bags (Dave Richards)
  • Keystone (Neil Slater)
  • Hospital Blues (Tom Kubis)
  • Foe Destroyer (Chris McQueen)
  • Temple Street (Dale Wilson)
  • Portrait of a Count (William Russo/arr Vern Sielert)
  • Shipwreck (Evan Weiss)
  • Collaboration (Pete Rugolo/Stan Kenton)
  • Three and One (Thad Jones)
  • Quotient (Alan Baylock)
CD 2
  • Camel Back Blues (Evan Weiss)
  • Emily (Johnny Mandel/arr Bill Rogers)
  • Havona (Jaco Pastorius/arr David Morgenroth)
  • A Time For Love (Johnny Mandel/arr Hank Levy)
  • May (Michael Steinel)
  • Gazing on the Mindless Expanse (Chip McNeill)
  • 88 Basie Street (Sammy Nestico)
  • Blue in Green (Miles Davis/arr Paris Rutherford)
  • Out of the Night (Horace Silver/arr Craig Fraedrich)
  • Got a Match? (Chick Corea/arr Mike Bogle)
  • Hey, That's My Bike! (Brad Turner)
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Lab 2008 (CD)

  • Spirals (Steve Wiest)
  • Ordinary Deviation (Sara Jacovino)
  • The Mystical Journey (Dave Richards)
  • Lacuna (Sara Jacovino)
  • Song for Gabe (Evan Weiss)
  • Separately Together (Neil Slater)
  • You Are Too Beautiful (Rodgers & Hart/arr Dave Richards)
  • Three Blind Mice (traditional/arr Sara Jacovino)
  • The Heat of the Day (Pat Metheny/arr Bob Curnow)
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Live from Thailand (CD/DVD)

  • Point of Entry (Curtis Stephan)
  • Terracotta (Hank Levy)
  • Cobblestone Road (Aaron Lington)
  • Places (Neil Slater)
  • Love at Sundown (His Majesty the King/arr. Carl Murr)
  • Cherokee (Ray Noble/arr. Bill Holman)
  • 88 Basie Street (Sammy Nestico)
  • Young and Foolish (Horwitt/Hague/arr. Frank Mantoth)
  • Beautiful Friendship (Kahn & Styne/arr. Lyle Mays)
  • Rabbit of the Moon (Yumiko Sunami)
  • Hey, That's My Bike! (Brad Turner)
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Lab 2007 (CD/DVD)

CD tracks:
  • Camel Back Blues (Evan Weiss)
  • Fire Marshal (Dave Richards)
  • Side Effects (Neil Slater)
  • Misty (Burke/Garner, arr. Matt Gawlik)
  • Shipwreck (Evan Weiss)
  • Mean Uncle Jelly Bags (Dave Richards)
  • Hospital Blues (Tom Kubis)
  • Healing (Joe Johnson)
  • Blue in Green (Davis, arr. Paris Rutherford)
DVD tracks:
  • Behind the scenes: the making of Lab 2007
  • Interviews with band members and production team
  • "Why I Came to UNT" featurette; Music videos of four charts.

Saxophones: Brian Donohoe (Lead), Andrew Francisco, Matt Sawyer, Isaac Lamar, Kazuki Nagashima
Trumpets: Jason Levi (Lead), James Blackwell, Dave Richards, Justin Stanton, Evan Weiss
Trombones: Victor Barranco (Lead), Sara Jacovino, Jeremy Wilson, Jason Hausback, Benjamin Polk
Rhythm: Jiri Levicek (piano), Tim Goynes (guitar), Joe Johnson (bass), Ross Pederson (drums)

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Lab 2006

  • Son of George (Akira Sato)
  • Doktor Creepface (Carl Murr)
  • Call Waiting (Neil Slater)
  • Evidence (Thelonious Monk, arr. Alex Sipiagin, adapted by Evan Weiss)
  • Foe Destroyer (Chris McQueen)
  • What Are You Doing the Rest of Your Life? (Michel Legrand, arr. Paris Rutherford)
  • Lately (Josh Hanlon)
  • Future Echoes (Dave Richards)
  • Time for a Change (Hank Levy)

Saxophones: Brad Danho, Brian Donohue, Clay Pritchard, Matt Sawyer, Andrew Pangilinan
Trumpets: Jason Levi, James Blackwell, Dave Richards, Evan Weiss, Jay Jennings
Trombones: Carl Murr, Sara Jacovino, Victor Barranco, Jonathan Adamo, Benjamin Polk
Piano: Josh Hanlon
Guitar: Chris McQueen
Bass: Daniel Foose
Drums: Shawn Pickler

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Lab 2005

  • Caravan (Ellington/Tizol, arr. Alan Baylock)
  • Both (Neil Slater)
  • Autumn in New York (Vernon Duke, arr. Bob Graettinger)
  • Quintescence (Hank Levy)
  • Mariano (Don Sebesky)
  • Chili Fish (Carl Murr)
  • Maria (Leonard Bernstein, arr. Don Sebesky)
  • What Follows (Stephen Smith)
  • Tuesday Night #1 (Graham Richards, arr. Dave Richards)
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Lab 2004

  • AWJ
  • Cherokee
  • Places
  • Terracotta
  • Beautiful
  • Friendship
  • Look
  • Orion
  • Girls in the Pool
  • Cobblestone Road
  • A Study Was Done
  • Young and Foolish
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Lab 2003

  • That
  • The Black Widow
  • Horizon
  • Changing Spaces
  • If Steve McQueen Were Here
  • Translucence
  • Paradigm Shift
  • Nature vs. Nurture
  • Rhyth Migot
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Lab 2002

  • Ouch!
  • This
  • Bouncin'
  • Keep Tryin'
  • Last Expedition
  • Shoshin
  • Trepidation
  • Askew

Kenny Wheeler at North Texas (2 CDs)

Disc one:
  • Smatta'
  • Where Do We Go From Here
  • Mark Time
Disc two: The Sweet Time Suite
  • Part One - Opening
  • Part Two - Kind Folk
  • Part Three - For Jan
  • Part Four - For P.A.
  • Part Five - Know Where You Are
  • Part Six - Consolation
  • Part Seven - Freddy C.
  • Part Eight - Closing
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Lab 2001

  • The Rest
  • Tacos & Pineapples
  • Response
  • Sonn Saga um Elsku (A True Story)
  • Tenderly
  • Magna
  • Time and Free Will
  • 4D Suite (Part 1: Spatial Bounds, Part 2: The Continuum)

Lab 2000

  • The Eipper
  • 33rd & California
  • Domain
  • McCoy's Mood
  • Texas Inbred Crickets
  • Sparkler
  • Dual Personality
  • As We Know It
  • The Adage

Lab '99

  • Flow
  • NosePrints
  • Tasha
  • Reflections (Part 1: The Cycle of Phases, Part 2: The Winds of Patmos, Part 3: Faux Pas in Florence)
  • My Little Helper
  • Once in A While
  • Soul Mates
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Lab '98

  • The Next Step
  • Waterlily
  • Wink
  • Lullaby
  • Abducted Aliens
  • Like A Rose
  • Straight Up & Down
  • Ama-Terasu-D-Mi-Kami

Lab '96

Lab '95

  • S.O.S.
  • Insider
  • Laura
  • Maynard Ferguson
  • Time's Wait
  • A Lift of the Foot
  • On the T
  • In the Swamp
  • A Time for Love

Lab '94

  • Hourglass
  • Moon Rays
  • San Jacinto Blues
  • Lullabye for Baby Snow
  • Sierra Nevada
  • A Little Brightness
  • Thank You
  • From Around Here
  • Danny Boy

Lab '93

  • Threads
  • Temple Street
  • Real Tasoidai
  • Hey
  • That's My Bike, Portrait of a Count, Cherry Juice, The Big Taste, Chiaroscuro

Live in Portugal

  • Black Bottom Stomp
  • Sugar Foot Stomp
  • The Stampede
  • Concerto for Cootie
  • Ko-Ko
  • 920 Special
  • Red Bank Boogie
  • Jeru
  • Boplicity
  • Tonsillectomy
  • King Porter Stomp
  • Stella by Starlight
  • Em Uma Semana
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Lab '92

  • Slow Heat
  • Fingers
  • Borrowed Time
  • Winter Sky
  • Stockwell Park
  • The Ghosts and the Fishermen
  • Second Sight
  • Quotient
  • Too Young to Go Steady
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Lab '90

  • Skywindow Changes
  • Close to Home
  • To You
  • For Openers
  • Dexter
  • Klaune
  • First Words
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Lab '89

Nominated for a Grammy: "Best Instrumental Arrangement" ("Got a Match?" Mike Bogle)
  • Got A Match?
  • The Last Leg
  • When I'm Sixty-Four
  • Blues for Mousey
  • One-Finger Snap
  • Common Ground
  • With You
  • Knuckleball
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Lab '88

  • In the Tradition
  • Update
  • Meet Mr. Cooper
  • Fortune Teller
  • On the Edge
  • Passenger
  • View from the Bridge
  • Quality Time

With Respect to Stan

  • Machito
  • Frank Speaking
  • You Go to My Head
  • Kingfish
  • 23 Degrees North by 82 Degrees West
  • Intermission Riff
  • Malaguena
  • Fascinatin' Rhythm
  • Zoot
  • Over the Rainbow
  • What's New
  • Artistry In Rhythm
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Lab '86

  • SST

Band Members: (Saxophones) Jeff Robbins, David Pietro, John Nugent,
Ray Herrmann, James Farnsworth; (Trumpets) Mike Williams, John Veurink,
Bob Lark, Magnus Broo, Todd Davidson; (Trombones) Steve Wiest, Scott
Whitfield, Bret Zvacek, Eddie Clark, Nate Lynch; (Rhythm) Stefan
Karlsson, Bruce Saunders, Tony Scherr, Dan Wojciechowski, Lee Ann

Directed by Leon Breeden

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Lab '76

Nominated for a Grammy. "Best Large Jazz Ensemble"

Band Members: (Saxophones) Roger Dismore, Dan Higgins, Mark Henderson,
Pete Brewer (on Chief's Blues only), Steve Spencer, Bev Dahlke;
(Trumpets) Chuck Schmidt, Bill Collins, Ron Bergan, Wayne George (on
Chief's Blues only), Doug Coltman, Clay Jenkins, Mike Davis (on Chief's
Blues only); (Trombones) Bill Yeager, Dave Bowman (on Chief's Blues
only), Randy Zimmerman, Ray Ross, Mike Samball (on Chief's Blues only),
Wayne Musselwhite, Ed Eby; (Rhythm) Jim Milne, Pat Coil (on Chief's
Blues only), Mark Johnson, Jim Lacefield (2nd Bass on Myth of Sisyphus),
John Riley, Jim Chirillo, Jeff Davang (on Chief's Blues only), Gene