Herb Alpert & The Tijuana Brass

Also known as ハーブ・アルパートとティファナ・ブラス, Оркестр Гэрба Альперта, Herb Albert And The Tijuana Brass, Herb Alpert, Herb Alpert & The T. J. B., Herb Alpert & The T.J.B., Herb Alpert & The Tijiana Brass, Herb Alpert & The TJB, Herb Alpert & Tijuana Brass, Herb Alpert / The Tijuana Brass, Herb Alpert / Tijuana Brass, Herb Alpert And The T.J.B., Herb Alpert And The Tijuana Brass, Herb Alpert And The Tijuana Brass With Strings, Herb Alpert Tijuana Brass, Herb Alpert Y Su Tijuana Brass, Herb Alpert Y Sus Tijuana Brass, Herb Alpert's Tijuana Brass, Tijuana Brass, Tijuana Brass Featuring Herb Alpert, The, World Of Tijuana The Mexicans, The
Members of Herb Alpert & The Tijuana Brass: Bob Edmondson, Herb Alpert, John Pisano, Lou Pagani, Nick Ceroli, Pat Senatore, Tonni Kalash
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://www.onamrecords.com/Herb_Alpert.php, http://www.tijuanabrass.com/

Discography of Herb Alpert & The Tijuana Brass:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Bullish 2 Audio 1984
2 What Now My Love 12 Audio 1966
3 !!Going Places!! 12 Audio 1965-10-00 A&M Records
4 The Beat Of The Brass 11 Audio 1968 A&M Records
5 Warm 11 Audio 1969 A&M Records
6 Christmas Album 10 Audio 1981 A&M Records
7 Sounds Like...Herb Alpert & The Tijuana Brass 11 Audio 1967
8 Whipped Cream & Other Delights 12 Audio 1965 A&M Records
9 The Lonely Bull 12 Audio 1962 A&M Records
10 South Of The Border 12 Audio 1965 A&M Records
11 Summertime 10 Audio 1971 A&M Records
12 Volume 2 12 Audio 1963 A&M Records
13 Herb Alpert's Ninth 11 Audio 1967
14 The Brass Are Comin' 12 Audio 1969 A&M Records
15 S.R.O. 12 Audio 1966
16 The Very Best 16 Audio 1986 A&M Records
17 Bullish 8 Audio 1984 A&M Records
18 Last Tango In Paris / Fire And Rain 2 Audio 1973 A&M Records
19 America 12 Audio 1967 Karussell
20 !!Going Places!! 12 Audio 1965 London Records
21 A Banda (Ah Bahn-Da) 2 Audio 1967 A&M Records
22 !!Going Places!! 12 Audio 1966
23 The Happening 4 Audio A&M Records
24 The Lonely Bull 12 Audio Festival Records
25 South Of The Border 12 Audio 1964 Pye International
26 Im Tijuana Taxi 14 Audio 1970 AMIGA
27 !!Going Places!! 12 Audio 1965 A&M Records
28 40 Greatest 40 Audio 1977 K-Tel
29 Whipped Cream & Other Delights 12 Audio 1965 A&M Records
30 S.R.O. 12 Audio
31 A Banda / Miss Frenchy Brown 2 Audio 1967 Deutsche Grammophon
32 Whipped Cream & Other Delights 15 Audio 2005 Shout! Factory
33 Whipped Cream & Other Delights 12 Audio 1965
34 The Beat Of The Brass 11 Audio 1968 A&M Records
35 Whipped Cream & Other Delights Re-Whipped 12 Audio 2006-02-00 Shout! Factory
36 Whipped Cream & Other Delights 12 Audio 1965 London Records
37 Casino Royale / The Wall Street Rag 2 Audio 1967 A&M Records
38 A Banda 14 Audio 1970 AMIGA
39 Herb Alpert & The Tijuana Brass 15 Audio A&M Records
40 Going Places 6 Audio 1966 A&M Records
41 S.R.O. 12 Audio 1966 A&M Records
42 Die 20 Grössten Erfolge 20 Audio 1979 A&M Records
43 Work Song 2 Audio Festival Records
44 Whipped Cream & Other Delights 6 Audio 1965 A&M Records
45 Taste Of Honey / 3rd Man Theme 2 Audio London Records
46 Zorba The Greek 2 Audio 1965 A&M Records
47 Taste Of Honey / 3rd Man Theme 2 Audio 1965 A&M Records
48 South Of The Border 12 Audio 1965 A&M Records
49 You Smile - The Song Begins 12 Audio 1974 A&M Records
50 Coney Island 12 Audio 1975 A&M Records


The band was formed after the [i]Whipped Cream & Other Delights[/i] album was released, when live shows made a “real” band necessary. This group disbanded in 1969.



The band members were:

[a=Herb Alpert] - Trumpet, vocals

[a=Tonni Kalash] - Trumpet

[a=Bob Edmondson] - Trombone

[a=John Pisano] - Guitar

[a=Nick Ceroli] - Drums

[a=Lou Pagani] - Piano

[a=Pat Senatore] - Bass



In 1974, Herb recorded a new album, [i]You Smile-The Song Begins[/i] and formed a new band to tour and promote the album. The second band was known as Herb Alpert & the T.J.B. A third incarnation of the group came together to tour after Herb released the [i] Bullish[/i] album in 1984.

It is interesting to note that studio musicians probably played on most (if not all) of the albums, since it seems not all of the band members played on the recordings, even after the bands were formed. There are various sources (including the liner notes of the new TJB CD releases) stating that Herb used session musicians to get the exact sound he wanted.


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