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The Maynard Ferguson Sextet

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The Maynard Ferguson Sextet
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Studio album by
Released1965 (1965)
RecordedSeptember 13 & 14, 1965
52:05 (1991)
ProducerBob Shad
Maynard Ferguson chronology
The Blues Roar
The Maynard Ferguson Sextet
Ridin' High

The Maynard Ferguson Sextet (also released as Six by Six) is an album released by Canadian jazz trumpeter Maynard Ferguson featuring tracks recorded in 1965 and originally released on the Mainstream label.[1] The 1991 CD rerelease was titled Magnitude and featured three previously unreleased tracks from the sessions.


Professional ratings
Review scores
Down Beat
(Original Lp release)
4/5 stars[2]
AllMusic4/5 stars[3]

AllMusic awarded the album 4 stars calling it an excellent album and states "Although this group did not last long, their mainstream recording has excellent performances and good solos from the somewhat forgotten band".[3]

Track listing

Side one
1."To and Fro"Mike Abene5:27
2."Love Theme from "The Sandpiper""Johnny Mandel, Paul Francis Webster4:43
3."No More Wood"Mike Abene4:43
4."April Fool"Willie Maiden4:04
Total length:18:57
Side two
1."Summertime"DuBose Heyward, George Gershwin10:15
2."Between Races"Chuck Mangione7:38
Total length:17:53
1991 CD edition bonus tracks[4]
7."The Clef"4:55
8."Mike's Mike"4:00
9."Slide by Slide"6:20



  1. ^ Edwards, D., Callahan, Eyries, P., Watts, R. & Neely, T. Discography of the Mainstream Label (Preview), accessed October 18, 2014
  2. ^ Down Beat: April 21, 1966 Vol. 33, No. 8
  3. ^ a b Yanow, S. AllMusic Review accessed November 10, 2014
  4. ^ Magnitude at Discogs

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