Sonobeat Media Kit
Lee Arlano Trio

Media resources for Sonobeat Historical Archives' digital reissue of the Lee Arlano Trio's 1968 Sonobeat album Jazz To The Third Power (also available as separate tracks)

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Artist: Lee Arlano Trio

Album title: Jazz To The Third Power

Tracks:
Satin Doll (Ellington-Strayhorn-Mercer) • 5:15
The Continental (Conrad-Magidson) • 3:01
Straight, No Chaser (Monk) • 3:30
Tenderly (Gross-Lawrence) • 3:27
Undecided (Robin-Shavers) • 3:46
In Crowd (Page) • 6:15
I'll Remember April (DePaul-Raye-Johnston) • 3:53
The Girl From Ipanema (Gimbel-Jobim-DeMoraes) • 2:18
Big Noise From Winnetka (Crosby-Bauduc-Haggart-Rodin) • 5:20
Milestones (Davis) • 3:00
A Foggy Day (Gerswin-Gershwin) • 4:21 [previously unreleased album bonus track]
Laura (Raskin-Mercer) • 4:13 [previously unreleased album bonus track]

Reissue notes: Except for the two previously unreleased bonus tracks (A Foggy Day and Laura), the digital album tracking is identical to the original vinyl release tracking. The digital album was restored and remastered from the original quarter inch 2-track session masters. I'll Remember April was released on the 1968 vinyl album under the title I Remember April. Although the song has been recorded and released hundreds of times, both as I Remember April and I'll Remember April, the latter is the correct title as listed by ASCAP; indeed, there is a different song entitled I Remember April by composer Charles Walmsley. The Lee Arlano Trio recorded I'll Remember April by Gene De Paul, Don Raye, and Patricia Johnston.

Band members: Lee Arlano (drums), Andy Arlano (bass), and Sam Poni (piano)

Original vinyl release date: May 27, 1968 (Sonobeat PJ-s1001)

Digital reissue date: October 2, 2015

Digital platforms: iTunes (worldwide) and Amazon Digital Music (US, UK, Japan, Austria, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, and Switzerland)

Also available on eMusic, Rhapsody, and XBox

Digital release UPC#: 638865000868

iTunes link: http://apple.co/1LK4fJ0
Amazon Digital Music link: http://amzn.to/1WAZAfX

Bona fide entertainment media reviewers please send an email from your business address to bjosey@sonobeat.com or jjosey@sonobeat.com to receive a link to a courtesy, personal, non-commercial, non-transferrable audition copy of the album via Catapult.com. Please put "Arlano album audition copy request" in the subject line.

Sonobeat Historical Archives contacts: Bill Josey Jr. (bjosey@sonobeat.com) and Jack Josey (jjosey@sonobeat.com)

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Read Ricky Stein's history of Sonobeat and the '60s Austin music scene in Sonobeat Records: Pioneering the Austin Sound in the '60s (2014; The History Press).

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