This Stevie Wonder hit from the 1970s features a distinctive Latin/rock groove along with a memorable theme. Paul Murtha does a great job of capturing the flavor of the original in this easy version for
As written by Gloria Estefan and Kiki Santander, this Latin pop tune was a huge hit for Jennifer Lopez. Here, in the hands of Rich Woolworth, it translates into an extremely awesome jazz band chart.
Originally recorded in 1969, this iconic Latin rock tune composed by Sonny Henry helped boost the success of Santana and has remained a familiar classic ever since. This solid arrangement for younger
Famously recorded by Louis Armstrong, this chart is set in a moderate cha-cha style for a creative version of a classic melody. Even in this flexible instrumentation, little big band format there is an
This wonderful and classic ballad recorded by Stevie Wonder is set here as a solo feature for tenor saxophone. Beautifully accompanied by piano only in the beginning, a mellow accompaniment follows with
Here's Gloria Estefan and The Miami Sound Machine's hot and very exciting Latin rock chart! This groove is loaded with tons of energy, plus it has a cool melodic hook that never gives up. There are no
I'm Free is one of the many great tunes from The Who's rock opera "Tommy." With a nod to Mario Bauz and Tito Puente, Rick Hirsch has reimagined this classic rock anthem as a high energy mambo. The
Originally composed for the 1963 film "The Pink Panther," this familiar tune has enjoyed renewed popularity thanks to the energetic samba version recorded by Michael Buble. Mark Taylor's Little Big Band
This is one of Stevie Wonder's signature hits from the 1970s, and here is a masterfully arranged easy version in a light bossa style. The trombones grab the spotlight in the beginning and again at the end.
From the skilled hands and inventive mind of Rick Stitzel, here is a classy yet easy version of this familiar samba. Every section gets a chance to play the melody at some point, plus there is a solo
Written by Stevie Wonder and recorded by Michael Jackson on his 1979 album Off the Wall, this familiar hit is treated here in a creative version for jazz ensemble. Incorporating the jazz influenced
Commissioned by the U.S. Army Jazz Ambassadors, this Eric Richards chart shines new light on the beauty and depth of this classic Beatles hit. An up-tempo Brazilian groove gives way to hints of samba and
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