Jazz Band Collection

COCO BONGO: The "Good to See You" Tour

The PLNU Jazz Band had the privilege of taking a tour in Cuba during the summer of 2005. It was an eye-opening experience as the students gave away their music stands and other musical items to the Cuban jazz bands they met.

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Salsa It is the most soloistic recording the band has done to date, and hopefully, when you listen to the recording, you will understand why. This CD was created because of the convergence of an incredible amount of solo talent in the jazz band. The Jazz Band is indebted to Miguel's Cocina, the local favorite at Point Loma, for their incredible food, and especially their white sauce. A copy of the recipe is included in the CD case.

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The third Jazz Band recording from the Point Loma Instrumental Recording Project. It features many of the outstanding female vocalists in the department of music at the university. The band is proud to have collaborated with these women who truly "cook."


* One Note Samba
* The Boy from Ipanema
* Stormy Weather



Big Bop Nazzbeau The second CD by the Jazz Band, it features music from Jobim, Oliver Nelson, and other jazz giants. In addition, there is an original work by our own John Reynolds. The CD also features Nichole Davis doing a couple of jazz standards, and the band playing two of its most often requested sacred tunes- "Blessed Assurance" and "Nobody Knows the Trouble I've Seen."

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Recorded in 1997, this CD is SOLD OUT. It is the first of three recordings in the Point Loma Instrumental Recording Project. It is followed by "Be Thou My Vision" of the Concert Band and "Women Who Cook," also by the Jazz Band. This CD features the jazz band in tunes considered standards in jazz band literature.


* Theme from "Sesame Street"
* Take the "A" Train