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The Alternate Blues
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performed by Dizzy Gillespie, 1917-1993, Clark Terry, 1920-2015, Freddie Hubbard, 1938-, Oscar Peterson, 1925-2007, Ray Brown, 1926-2002, Joe Pass, 1929-1994 and Bobby Durham (Pablo, 1992), 49 mins, 6 page(s)
This CD is a straight reissue of a Pablo LP. Norman Granz teamed together the very distinctive trumpeters Dizzy Gillespie, Freddie Hubbard and Clark Terry with pianist Oscar Peterson, guitarist Joe Pass, bassist Ray Brown and drummer Bobby Durham for a "Trumpet Summit." This particular release features (with one e...
performed by Dizzy Gillespie, 1917-1993, Clark Terry, 1920-2015, Freddie Hubbard, 1938-, Oscar Peterson, 1925-2007, Ray Brown, 1926-2002, Joe Pass, 1929-1994 and Bobby Durham (Pablo, 1992), 49 mins, 6 page(s)
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Art 'N' Zoot
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performed by Art Pepper, 1925-1982, Zoot Sims, 1925-1985, Victor Feldman, 1934-1987, Ray Brown, 1926-2002 and Billy Higgins (Pablo, 1995), 56 mins, 6 page(s)
performed by Art Pepper, 1925-1982, Zoot Sims, 1925-1985, Victor Feldman, 1934-1987, Ray Brown, 1926-2002 and Billy Higgins (Pablo, 1995), 56 mins, 6 page(s)
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The Art Tatum Solo Masterpieces, Vol. 1
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performed by Art Tatum, 1909-1956 (Pablo, 1992), 1 hour 5 mins, 16 page(s)
The first of eight CDs reissuing the 119 piano solo performances that Art Tatum recorded for Norman Granz during four marathon record sessions has its moments, although in general this series lacks the excitement of Tatum's earliest recordings. The pianist interprets such standards an this first volume as "Body an...
performed by Art Tatum, 1909-1956 (Pablo, 1992), 1 hour 5 mins, 16 page(s)
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The Art Tatum Solo Masterpieces, Vol. 4
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performed by Art Tatum, 1909-1956 (Pablo, 1992), 1 hour 6 mins, 15 page(s)
On the fourth volume in this eight-CD series, Tatum sounds at his best on "Ill Wind" and "The Man I Love." Taken from the 119 piano solos he cut for Norman Granz in four lengthy recording sessions during 1953-55, these performances are concise, relaxed, and surprisingly predictable, if virtuosic. ~ Scott Yanow, Al...
performed by Art Tatum, 1909-1956 (Pablo, 1992), 1 hour 6 mins, 15 page(s)
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The Art Tatum Solo Masterpieces, Vol. 8
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performed by Art Tatum, 1909-1956 (Pablo, 1992), 1 hour 7 mins, 17 page(s)
The final volume of this eight-CD (and originally 12-LP) series is similar to the first seven in that Tatum melodically improvises on a variety of standards, in this case such tunes as "She's Funny That Way," "I Won't Dance," "Begin the Beguine" and "Humoresque." Few revelations occur (most of the interpretations...
performed by Art Tatum, 1909-1956 (Pablo, 1992), 1 hour 7 mins, 17 page(s)
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Benny Carter meets Oscar Peterson
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performed by Benny Carter, 1907-2003, Oscar Peterson, 1925-2007, Joe Pass, 1929-1994, Dave Young and Martin Drew, 1944- (Pablo, 1995), 45 mins, 7 page(s)
performed by Benny Carter, 1907-2003, Oscar Peterson, 1925-2007, Joe Pass, 1929-1994, Dave Young and Martin Drew, 1944- (Pablo, 1995), 45 mins, 7 page(s)
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Benny Carter: The King
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performed by Benny Carter, 1907-2003, Milt Jackson, 1923-1999, Joe Pass, 1929-1994, Tommy Flanagan, 1930-2001, John B. Williams and Jake Hanna, 1931-2010 (Pablo, 1996), 52 mins, 8 page(s)
performed by Benny Carter, 1907-2003, Milt Jackson, 1923-1999, Joe Pass, 1929-1994, Tommy Flanagan, 1930-2001, John B. Williams and Jake Hanna, 1931-2010 (Pablo, 1996), 52 mins, 8 page(s)
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The Best of Art Tatum
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performed by Art Tatum, 1909-1956 (Pablo, 1987), 58 mins, 10 page(s)
It is generally agreed that Art Tatum was the greatest jazz virtuoso of them all. Legally blind in one eye and seriously impaired in the other, Tatum learned to read music by Braille. His genius was recorded during the '30s, when swing was the dominant music of choice. He incorporated ragtime, blues, swing, boogie...
performed by Art Tatum, 1909-1956 (Pablo, 1987), 58 mins, 10 page(s)
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The Best of Ella Fitzgerald [Pablo]
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performed by Ella Fitzgerald, 1917-1996 (Pablo, 1988), 1 hour 7 mins, 14 page(s)
An anthology featuring some hits Ella Fitzgerald made during her days on Decca from the late '30s into the '50s. It's a decent package, but has been supplanted in value by several boxed sets and retrospective sets, and now is basically good only as a sampler introduction. ~ Ron Wynn, All Music Guide
performed by Ella Fitzgerald, 1917-1996 (Pablo, 1988), 1 hour 7 mins, 14 page(s)
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The Best of Freddie Hubbard Live and In Studio
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performed by Freddie Hubbard, 1938-, William Edward Childs, 1957-, Larry Klein, Buck Clark, Sinclair Lott, fl. 1964, Steve Houghton, David Schnitter, 1948- and Harold Land, 1928-2001 (Pablo, 1987), 45 mins, 5 page(s)
performed by Freddie Hubbard, 1938-, William Edward Childs, 1957-, Larry Klein, Buck Clark, Sinclair Lott, fl. 1964, Steve Houghton, David Schnitter, 1948- and Harold Land, 1928-2001 (Pablo, 1987), 45 mins, 5 page(s)
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