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Our current Repertoire is increasing fast as interest in the band grows. We are grateful to Cathy Strange for allowing us exclusive access to the famous Five-A-Slide arrangements penned by her late husband, Pete Strange. This gives us a fantastic opportunity to bring these marvelous arrangements back to life and celebrate Pete's enormous contribution to British jazz. The band mainly showcases the immense writing and arranging talents of Adrian Fry, ensuring that the idea continues with new and exciting arrangements. We are also very grateful for contributions to our library from Ed Harvey.

Here is our current repertoire, which is growing week by week! Composers and/or arrangers are shown in brackets)

Home (Van Steeden/Clarkson/Clarkson, Adrian Fry)

The Twitch (Ellington, Adrian Fry)

Walkin' (Carpenter, Adrian Fry)

Say It (Nilsson, Adrian Fry)

Topsy (Durham/Battle, Adrian Fry)

Pink Panther Theme

The Groove Merchant

King Porter Stomp

Not Like This (Lubbock, Adrian Fry)

9.20 Special (Warren/Engvick, Adrian Fry)

This Can't Be Love (Rodgers, JJ Johnson/Adrian Fry)

Violets (Van Rooyen, Adrian Fry)

Tap Room Blues (Rollini, Adrian Fry)

Cute (Hefti, Adrian Fry)

Crazy Rhythm (Caesar/Meyer/Kahn, Adrian Fry)

Windmills Of Your Mind (Legrand, Adrian Fry)

Whistle While You Work (Churchill/Harline, Al Cohn)

Breezing Along With The Breeze

Blanket Of Blues (Al Cohn)

Delta City Blues (Brecker, Adrian Fry)

For All We Know (Coots, Bill Mays/Adrian Fry)

Maxine (Fagen, Adrian Fry)

The End Of A Love Affair

OK Band, Let's Move It! (Pete Strange)

Strike Up The Band (Gershwin, Pete Strange)

Prelude To A Kiss (Ellington/Mills, Pete Strange)

Star Dust (Gershwin, Kai Winding/Pete Strange)

Muskrat Ramble (Ory, Pete Strange)

Louisiana (Johnson, Pete Strange)

The Bone-Idle Rich (Ken Woodman)

Outlaws (Paul Hart)

Ojos De Rojo (Walton, Eddie Harvey)

Drop Me Off In Harlem (Ellington, Eddie Harvey)

Cheers (Mancini, Barry Forgie/Andy Flaxman)

Lament (JJ Johnson. arr Frank Griffith)

In The Beginning (Mark Bassey)

The Five Brothers


Like Someone In Love

Almost Like Being In Love

Rebel Rouser

The Surrey With The Fringe On Top

A Latin Line

I'll Be Seeing You

My One And Only Love

Lush Life


This Could Be The Start Of Something Big

last updated 5th January 2010