- Performer:Maynard Ferguson
- Title:Live at the Pop
- Style:Crossover Jazz,Hard Bop,Jazz-Pop
- Date of release:March 29, 2005
- Size FLAC version1149 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1482 megabytes
- Size WMA version1521 megabytes
- Formats:MMF VOX AU DXD MP4 AIFF
Conquistador is the ninth album by Canadian jazz trumpeter Maynard Ferguson on Columbia Records. The album is notable for its inclusion of the hit single "Gonna Fly Now (Theme from "Rocky")". Bob James produced it (Primal Scream) and made it with all the New York heavies (Steve Gadd, Richard Tee, Eric Gale, et al). It did very well for a crossover album, but the guys on the band were a little upset about the fact that they weren't on i.
The Best of Maynard Ferguson is the first compilation album and 13th overall by Canadian jazz trumpeter Maynard Ferguson on Columbia Records
Producer – Jeffrey Weber, Maynard Ferguson. Recorded By, Mixed By – Rik Pekkonen. Recorded live at the Great American Music Hall, San Francisco, May 27, 1983. Manufactured And Printed In Indonesia.
Biography by Scott Yanow. The "screaming" trumpeter, a Canadian brassman and bandleader who got his start with Stan Kenton before a storied solo career.
Live In 1951 At The Hollywood Palladium. XXL. Gordon Goodwin's Big Phat Band.
On August 23, 2006, we lost Maynard Ferguson. See actions taken by the people who manage and post content. Page created – 14 November 2008.
Maynard Ferguson - Trumpet, Valve-trombone Trumpets: Lyn Biviano, Wayne Norris, Bob Summers Trombone: Eddie Byrne Saxes: Andy McIntosh, Tony Buchanan, Bruce Johnson Rhythm: Pete Jackson (Piano), Joel Dibartolo (Bass), Randy Jones (Drums). TRACK LIST: 1. Mother 2. El Dopa 3. Blue Birdland 4. Maria 5. Nice and Juicy 6. Round Midnight 7. The Foxhunt. Recording Time - 66:43.
Listen to Live From San Francisco by Maynard Ferguson on Deezer. Writer: Chris Brayman - Maynard Ferguson, Composers: Maynard Ferguson/Chris Braymen. 02. Coconut Champagne. Live From San Francisco. Writer: Denis DiBlasio, Composers: Denis DiBlasio. Writer: Billy Strayhorn, Composers: Billy Strayhorn. 04. South 21st Shuffle. Writer: Steve Wiest, Composers: Steve Wiest.