The Last Theme Song, by Steve Wiest from Lab 2011 by the One O'Clock Lab Band





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Published on Aug 8, 2011

The Last Theme Song, composed and arranged by Steve Wiest, from the CD Lab 2011 by the University of North Texas One O'Clock Lab Band, directed by Steve Wiest. The six-time Grammy-nominated One O'Clock Lab Band is the flagship ensemble of the North Texas jazz studies program at UNT in Denton, TX.

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 & Otto Harbach/ arr. Bill Holman)
Special Interests (Neil Slater)
The Last Theme Song (Steve Wiest)

Producers: Steve Wiest, Craig Marshall, Phil Bulla.
Recording Engineers: Phil Bulla, Michael Vazquez.
HD Video: Yerrow Productions.
Producer: Craig Marshall.
Director: Hanny Lee.
Graphics: Juliana Park.
Art: Dustin Mollick.
Photography: Frederick Dent, Bobby Lewis, Hanny Lee.
Recorded at Crystal Clear Sound Studio, Dallas, TX.
Mixed at The Rebel Base, Argyle, TX.
Edited and Mastered by Phil Bulla at Platinum Productions, Monroe, NY.

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