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"The Gal That Got Away" (2024)

The Gal That Got Away: The Best of Jack Wood brings together some of Jack’s finest recordings. 
Several numbers show him off with the Salt Lake City Jazz Orchestra, performing arrangements by Tom Garvin, long time pianist and arranger for Johnny Carson’s Tonight Show
Other selections feature him with a small combo that on various tracks includes flugelhornist Buddy Childers, altoist Greg Floor, guitarists Ron Anthony and Doug MacDonald, and pianist Tom Ranier, among others.
Three of the tracks — It’s Crazy, After Hours, and Sugar — introduce to U.S. audiences Nichaud Fitzgibbon, one of Australia’s premier jazz vocalists, who is pictured on the CD cover. She and Jack will soon be releasing an album of vocal duets. Watch for it!
  1. Gypsy In My Soul
  2. The Gal That Got Away
  3. I Will Wait For You
  4. Secret Love
  5. A Foggy Day
  6. The Shadow Of Your Smile
  7. Come Rain Or Come Shine
  8. A Day In The Life Of A Fool
  9. One For My Baby
  10. Someone To Watch Over Me

HERE are Jack's OTHER CDs !!

Good Life CD cover

"The Good Life" (2022)

Jack celebrates “The Good Life” with the help of  internationally acclaimed guitarist, arranger, and orchestrator Joe Lano (formerly with Frank Sinatra and Lena Horne), as well as saxophonist and flautist Ray Smith, pianists Steve Lindeman and Steve Erickson, and drummer Jay Lawrence.
  1. The Good Life
  2. Nice ‘n’ Easy
  3. Moonlight in Vermont
  4. Like Someone In Love
  5. My One And Only Love
  6. Someone To Light Up My Life
  7. New York State Of Mind
  8. I Guess I’ll Hang My Tears Out To Dry
  9. Come Fly With Me
  10. Pretend
  11. Besame Mucho
  12. Baubles, Bangles, and Beads
  13. I Wanna Be Around

"We Were Lovers" (2021)

13 brand new tracks, masterfully engineered with state-of-the-art technology!

14 great songs (including one medley) that lovers will LOVE!

— Featuring the Salt Lake City Jazz Orchestra performing big band arrangements by Henry Wolking and Tom Kubis

— Also featuring the Lenore Raphael Quartet, with guitarist Doug MacDonald

  1. Old Devil Moon
  2. And We Were Lovers
  3. What Are You Doing The Rest Of Your Life
  4. Our Day Will Come
  5. Laura
  6. Medley: What Is This Thing Called Love / I Could Write A Book
  7. It Had To Be You
  8. Pretty Women
  9. The Look Of Love
  10. Falling In Love With Love
  11. Little Boy Lost (Pieces of Dreams)
  12. For Every Man There’s A Woman
  13. But Not For Me

"Salute To Sinatra" (2016)

— with the Phoenix Jazz and Swing Band

Studio recording of the Sinatra Centennial Salute program that headlined the opening night of the 2016 Utah Arts Festival.

Jack sings 11 classic hits as originally arranged for “Ol’ Blue Eyes” himself by Billy May, Nelson Riddle, Don Costa, Billy Byers, Neal Hefti and Quincy Jones.

Includes 4 instrumental features arranged by Patrick Williams for his 1998 “Sinatraland” album.

  1. All Or Nothing At All
  2. All The Way (Instrumental — Trombone feature)
  3. Fly Me To The Moon
  4. In The Still Of The Night (Instrumental — Drum feature)
  5. I’ve Got The World On A String
  6. I’ve Got You Under My Skin (Instrumental — Tenor Sax feature)
  7. Luck Be A Lady
  8. New York, New York
  9. Night And Day
  10. Saturday Night Is The Loneliest Night Of The Week (Instrumental — Bass Trombone and String Bass feature)
  11. (The) Lady Is A Tramp
  12. (The) Way You Look Tonight
  13. They Can’t Take That Away From Me
  14. Where Or When
  15. You Make Me Feel So Young
Jack Wood's CD - Welcome To The Club

"Welcome To The Club" (2011)

Jack delivers his own stylish interpretations of 12 classic tunes from the Great American Songbook — including one medley — along with one original composition created by two of his closest friends.

Featured are two tracks, “Just In Time” and the title track, “Welcome To The Club”, both of which were:

— Arranged and conducted by the great Sammy Nestico (renowned for his work with the Count Basie Orchestra)

— Recorded at Capitol Records with Buddy Greco at the piano and other notables including Bill Watrous on trombone and Carl Saunders on trumpet, as well as bassist Chuck Berghofer and drummer Gregg Fields, both of whom toured with Frank Sinatra.

— Jack’s vocals for both tracks were co-produced by his good friends, the brothers Engemann: Karl (former Vice President of Capitol Records) and Bob (original member of the vocal group “The Lettermen”.)

  1. Welcome to the Club
  2. Just In Time
  3. Almost Like Being In Love
  4. Come To Me
  5. The Shining Sea
  6. Baby, Baby All The Time
  7. A Day In The Life Of A Fool
  8. Don’cha Go Away Mad
  9. Secret Love
  10. A Foggy Day (in London Town)
  11. Days of Wine and Roses
  12. Medley: My Foolish Heart / Young and Foolish
Jack Wood's CD - A Time For Love

"A Time For Love" (2009)

Perfect for Valentine’s Day (and for lovers anytime) — a whole album of romantic ballads!

Includes performances by:

  • Llew Matthews, two-time Grammy winner and Nancy Wilson’s music director for 20 years
  • George Gaffney, who was Sarah Vaughan’s music director for 10 years
  • Joe Massimino, pianist for Tony Bennett and Julius LaRosa and band leader for the Mike Douglas TV Show
  • Guitarist John Pisano, who worked with Diana Krall on two of her Grammy-winning CDs
  • Joe LaBarbera, drummer formerly with Bill Evans, Woody Herman, Chuck Mangione, and Tony Bennett
  • Pete Christlieb
  • Tom Garvin, who wrote arrangements for Doc Severinsen’s Tonight Show Band for 19 years and who arranged and conducted the Salt Lake City Jazz Orchestra on “Come Rain or Come Shine on this CD
  • Pianist/arranger Craig Larson and his trio
  1. A Time For Love
  2. (The) Shadow of Your Smile
  3. Where or When
  4. It’s Not For Me to Say
  5. (You’d Be So) Easy To Love
  6. When I Look In Your Eyes
  7. ‘S Wonderful
  8. Come Rain or Come Shine
  9. My Funny Valentine
  10. Meditacion
  11. Isn’t It Romantic
  12. Always
  13. Someone to Watch Over Me
Jack Wood's CD - Mr. Lucky

"Mr. Lucky" (2008)

Jack “gets lucky” and has the unforgettable opportunity to perform with some of his boyhood heroes, the famous Page Cavanaugh Trio.

Together, they spin out twelve intimate tunes, all tied in to the the theme of “luck”.

  1. Mr. Lucky
  2. When Joanna Loved Me
  3. After You’ve Gone
  4. All The Things You Are
  5. Baby, Baby, All The Time
  6. Don’cha Go ‘Way Mad
  7. I Could Write A Book
  8. Lucky Day
  9. Mood Indigo
  10. Medley: Moon River / Days of Wine and Roses
  11. Slow Boat to China
  12. This Is All I Ask
Jack Wood's CD - Gypsy In My Soul

"Gypsy In My Soul" (2007)

Jack fulfilled a life-long dream by recording five of these tracks with a top-notch big band. This CD features:

— Five swinging big band arrangements by Tom Garvin, performed by the Salt Lake City Jazz Orchestra, under his direction. Former music director for Jack Jones, Tom also spent 19 years as arranger for the Tonight Show Band during the Johnny Carson era and has conducted for Grammy winner Diana Krall.

— Seven intimate small combo settings of more tunes from the Great American Songbook, three of which feature Ron Anthony, long-time guitarist for Frank Sinatra.

  1. Gypsy In My Soul
  2. Maybe September
  3. (The) Gal That Got Away
  4. Sugar
  5. Where Or When
  6. Come Rain or Come Shine
  7. Bein’ Green
  8. Pure Imagination
  9. Soon It’s Gonna Rain
  10. I Will Wait For You
  11. Why Did I Choose You?
  12. Gypsies, Jugglers and Clowns
Jack Wood's CD - Jazz And The Movies

"Jazz And The Movies" (2006)

Eleven new tracks highlighting songs from the big screen, including Frank Sinatra’s classic torch song, “One For My Baby”, which features a piano accompaniment by Bill Miller, who accompanied Mr. Sinatra for over 40 years and whose playing was made famous by this song.

  1. (In The) Moonlight
  2. But Not For Me
  3. One For My Baby
  4. Lonely Girl
  5. They Can’t Take That Away From Me
  6. When I Look In Your Eyes
  7. Come Rain Or Come Shine
  8. Old Devil Moon
  9. Easy To Love
  10. On The Street Where You Live
  11. Someone To Watch Over Me
Jack Wood's CD - Baby, Baby, All The Time

"Baby, Baby, All The Time" (1995)

A suite of light jazz vocal tunes, all in the key of “romance”.

Featuring two hits by Bobby Troup (including the title track) and performances by:

  • Luther Hughes, (bassist for Gene Harris, David Benoit, Carmen McRae and Jack Jones)
  • Drummer Jeff Hamilton (of Ray Brown’s trio and the Clayton-Hamilton Jazz Orchestra)
  • Peter Woodford (guitarist for Doc Severinsen)

With arrangements by Luther Hughes and Rob Mullin.

  1. I Only Have Eyes For You
  2. Mona Lisa
  3. Baby, Baby All the Time
  4. Namely You
  5. Time After Time
  6. You Are
  7. Pretty World (Sa Marina)
  8. You Can’t Do That
  9. Girl Talk
  10. Like Someone in Love
  11. Two for the Road