Roseville Jazz Ensemble Concert at the St. Paul Science Museum, November 4, 1989

Directed by Glen Newton

St. Louis Blues March
(with solos by Brian Dole (tenor sax), Kay Foster (alto sax), and Jim Foster (drums))

A Rose is a Rose
(featuring solos by Rich Eyman on trombone, Jim Chamberlain on trumpet, and Sue Nelson on piano)

Happy Days Are Here Again
(featuring Brian Dole on a tenor sax solo)

Secret Love
(featuring a guitar solo by Leigh Anderson)

Smoke Gets in Your Eyes
(featuring alto saxophone soloist Kay Foster)

All Right

As Time Goes By
(featuring flugelhorn soloist John Curlee)

Don't Get Around Much Anymore
(featuring baritone sax soloist Dan Desmonds, with an electric bass solo by Mike Wobig)

Here's That Rainy Day
(featuring the trombone section, with a trumpet solo by Dave Anderson and a piano solo by Sue Nelson)

Minnie the Moocher
(featuring vocalist Glen Newton)

Route 66
(featuring solos by Sue Nelson on piano, Rich Eyman on trombone, Mark Lee on trumpet, John Curlee on harmonica, and Leigh Anderson on guitar)

New York, New York