Very recently released is Ian Bousfield's latest CD, which highlights both the original solos, and playing style of Arthur Pryor - Solo Trombone of the John Philip Sousa Band. This CD covers the well known (Blue Bells Of Scotland), the not so well known (The Patriot) and the unexpected (The Holy City). As is expected the playing on this CD is superb, and well worth the money just to hear the Blue Bells played at such a speed that the Union of Trombonists should complain. It's awesome, and highlights the difference between very good trombonists, and the virtuostic. The album is not just for trombonists though, any musician will appreciate not just the technical dexterity, but also the very highest level of musicianship displayed throughout. The complete track list is:- Blue Bells Of Scotland La Petite Suzanne The Holy City Thoughts Of Love The Patriot Starlight Love's Enchantment Non E Ver Fantastic Polka Oh Dry Those Tears Annie Laurie The album number is DOY CD212. Not only is the CD of the highest standard, but so is the accompanying booklet. This gives biographical details of Arthur Pryor, Ian Bousfield, and Nicholas Childs who conducts the Black Dyke Band on this album. Well worth investing in.