Legacy: Neil Slater at North Texas

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Legacy—Neil Slater at North Texas is the newest release by the North Texas Jazz record label at the University of North Texas College of Music. The 4-CD boxed set contains the complete recordings of all compositions and arrangements by Grammy-nominated composer Neil Slater written for and recorded by the UNT One O'Clock Lab Band, plus a Grammy-nominated tribute piece composed by Rich DeRosa, 38 tracks in all. A 160-page book is included as part of the boxed set, featuring hundreds of photos and notes by band members, colleagues and friends. This landmark historical compilation honors the legacy of Neil Slater, the longest-tenured director of the world-renown One O'Clock Lab Band.

Track listing:

Disc One: The 1980s
Stuff
Keystone
Other Seasons
Partly Cloudy
Deuces
Signs
No Promises
Update
Common Ground
Sky Window

Disc Two: The 1990s
Values
Slow Heat
Threads
Hourglass
My Foolish Heart
Lead On, O King Eternal
Insider
Joker
Shadyside
Wink
NosePrints

Disc Three: The 2000s
Domain
Response
This
That
Look
Places
Both
Call Waiting
Side Effects
Separately Together

Disc Four: A New Era
Another Other
Time Sensitive
Not Yet
Special Interests
3rd & 55th
Will or Would?
Neil

University of North Texas
One O’Clock Lab Band®
Directed by Neil Slater (1981–2008)
Directed by Steve Wiest (2008–2014)
Directed by Jay Saunders (2014–2016)
Craig Marshall, Manager

RECORDINGS
Live at Montreux recorded live by David Richards at MJF, Montreux, Switzerland
Live at Montreux mixed by David Buell at Omega Sound Studios, Dallas, TX
Live in Australia recorded live by Chris Jacklin at Festival Theatre, Adelaide, Australia
Live in Australia mixed by Phil Bulla & Neil Slater at Chelsea Sound, NYC
Live from Thailand recorded live by Phil Bulla at Chulalongkorn Univ., Bangkok, Thailand
Live from Thailand mixed by Phil Bulla at Platinum Productions, Monroe, NY
One O’Clock recorded by John Mayfield at Sumet Burnet Studio, Dallas, TX (1983–1985)
Mixed by Neil Slater & John Mayfield at Sumet Burnet Studio, Dallas, TX (1983–1985)
One O’Clock recorded by Phil Bulla at Dallas Sound Lab, Dallas, TX (1986–2003)
Mixed by Neil Slater & Phil Bulla at Chelsea Sound, NYC (1986-1987)
Mixed by Neil Slater & Phil Bulla at Dallas Sound Lab, Dallas, TX (1988–2003)
One O’Clock recorded by Phil Bulla at Crystal Clear Sound Studio, Dallas, TX (2004–2015)
Mixed by Neil Slater & Phil Bulla at Crystal Clear Sound Studio, Dallas, TX (2004–2008)
Mixed by Steve Wiest & Phil Bulla at Crystal Clear Sound Studio, Dallas, TX (2009–2010)
Mixed by Steve Wiest & Phil Bulla at OnPar Music Studio, Argyle, TX (2011–2014)
Mixed by Jay Saunders & Phil Bulla at OnPar Music Studio, Argyle, TX (2015)
Recording Engineer: Phil Bulla (1986–2015)
Assistant Recording Engineer: Michael Vazquez (1990–2015)
Producer: Neil Slater (1982–2008)
Producer: Steve Wiest (2009–2014)
Producer: Jay Saunders (2015)
Producer/Co-Producer/Associate Producer: Craig Marshall (1995–2015)
Producer/Co-Producer: Phil Bulla (2004–2015)
Associate Producer: Bobby Knight (1982–1983)
Associate Producer: Philip Brown (1984–1990)
Associate Producer: Mike Bogle (1990–1994)
Legacy Edited and Remastered by Phil Bulla at Platinum Productions, Monroe, NY

CREDITS
Producer: Craig Marshall
Co-Producer and remastering engineer: Phil Bulla
Art direction: Craig Marshall
Graphic design & layout: Brad Haefner
Copy editing and proofreading: Craig Marshall, John Murphy, Linda Strube
Photo editing: Lee Davis, Brad Haefner, Stephen Lucas
Photographs courtesy of: UNT Archives, Willis Library, UNT Jazz Studies, Michael Clements,
Jonathan Reynolds, Craig Marshall, Andrea Slater, Krista Black, Stacey Haines, Hanny Lee,
Willy Chen, Tina Lorusso, Phil Bulla, University of Bridgeport, Lynn Seaton, Rosana Eckert,
Yumiko Sunami, Jim Riggs, Dale Wilson, Jim White
Photo selection assistance: Andrea Slater, Sara Marshall, Sheri Marshall
Neil Slater biography and project overview: Pati Haworth
Production assistant and CD sales: Christopher Walker

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
UNT College of Music, John W. Richmond, Dean
UNT Division of Jazz Studies, Dr. John Murphy, Chair
UNT Printing Services: Lee Davis, Cheryl Swatloski, Stephen Wallace, Mark Spicer

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