This actually happened. I love Swing and decided to create a tune not much unlike the feel of the popular Russian folk song, Song Of The Volga Boatmen. Lots of grunting and howling and so forth. At the same time something I ordered was delivered via a major US carrier damaged. But who caused the damage was a mystery, so the seller filed a claim I was against. I would have preferred to ship the item back to the seller and let him settle it with the carrier. But no, this thing dragged on and on as I was working on the tune. Before long this somber tune became a reflection of my mood and so about a month later, both my tune and the mess were done. After a great deal of anguish and wasted time for this claim, I titled the song Turmoil.
Let me explain about the mix. There is none. This is strictly as I hear it when I'm auditioning the band with a bit of Perfect Space added to give the room some acoustics. It's mono, no mix, no mastering, not even done yet (still need to do drums); raw as can be. But I hope you like it. It's for my next CD project. Five and a half minutes long, just pretend you're at the Savoy.
Oh, most of this is JABB with the piano, lead & solo trumpet, lead & solo alto sax, tenor sax and 2nd trombone from other libraries. And yes that beautiful Bari Sax is all JABB.