Montana Manouche is Gypsy Jazz and vintage swing quartet, based in Bozeman, MT. Click here for info about upcoming shows: /upcoming-shows COVID-19 UPDATE: We are not booking events at this time. Please contact us in January if you're interested in booking our band for your 2021 event.
In June, 2019, we released our first full-length CD, recorded live, and titled "Live". The price of the CD is $15, and download cards are $10. They are available at our shows, online: /store, and from CD Baby (https://store.cdbaby.com/cd/montanamanouche2) Please scroll down for more details on the CD. Merci!
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Please click on the CD Baby Store link above to purchase downloads of our new CD "Live". After downloading, the tracks can be burned onto a CD, and include a download of the cover art. The album downloads are $9.99. CD Baby also has physical copies of the CD, with a wallet-style cover, available for purchase. The album can also be heard on Spotify, Apple Music, Pandora, etc. Hope you enjoy our music! ((Learn more about how CD Baby download cards work: https://retail.cdbaby.com/hc/en-us/articles/115001620586-I-m-on-an-Apple-device-Can-I-still-download-digital-songs-and-albums-from-CD-Baby- )
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About the CD “Live”:
The twelve tracks were recorded live at two concerts. 4 tracks were recorded in October 2018 at the Big Sky Gypsy Jazz Festival in Billings. 8 tracks were recorded in January 2019, at the Django Reinhardt Birthday Celebration concert in Bozeman. The Billings concert was recorded by Luke Michelson, while the Bozeman concert was recorded by Bob Wall. David Lange Studios in Seattle mixed the tracks. David Lange is an expert at both playing Gypsy Jazz (he is the accordionist with Pearl Django) and audio engineering. The mastering was done by Nyberg Mastering (Seattle).
There is one original tune on the CD. Swing Cat Strut, composed by Nancy Padilla. The tune is named in honor of the MSU Swing Cats dance community.