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New Vic DickensonEssential Vic Dickenson ... CD
Vanguard, 1953/1954. Used ... $8.99
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New Vic DickensonVic's Boston Story ... CD
Storyville/Tokuma (Japan), 1956/1957. Used ... $31.99
(Out of print. Includes obi.)
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Buster BaileyAll About Memphis ... LP
Felsted, 1958. Very Good+ ... $39.99
Clarinet player Bailey performs with his quartet and septet on this record that contains songs he composed about his hometown of Memphis. Side one is performed by his quartet consisting of Red Richards on piano, Gene Ramey on bass, and Jimmie Crawford on drums. Tracks include "Bear Wallow", "Hatton Avenue & Gayoso Street", "Sunday Parade", and Handy's "Beale Street Blues". Side two is played by his septet – Herman Autrey on trumpet, Vic Dickenson on trombone, Hilton Jefferson on alto sax and again Richards, Ramey and Crawford. Tracks include Handy's "Memphis Blues", "Chickasaw Bluff", and "Hot Water Bayou". LP, Vinyl record album
(Original pressing stereo pressing – in great shape! Cover has some light wear on the front, but is nice overall.)

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Coleman HawkinsColeman Hawkins All Stars ... CD
Prestige/Swingville/OJC, 1960. New Copy ... $5.99 11.98
Not the sprawling session you'd usually get from a record with "all stars" in the title, and instead a tight small group record that features Coleman Hawkins at his later best! The setting is an outwardly trad one – recorded for the Swingville label with Joe Thomas on trumpet and Vic Dickenson on trombone – but there's a decidedly modern feel to the way that Hawk opens up the tunes – that undercurrent of darkness in his best later work, accented nicely by a hip rhythm trio that features Tommy Flanagan on piano, Wendell Marshall on bass, and Osie Johnson on drums. Titles include "Cool Blue", "Some Stretching", "You Blew Out The Flame In My Heart", and "More Bounce To The Vonce". CD

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Buddy TateTexas Tenor – Quartet & Quintet/All Star Jive At Five ... CD
Storyville (Denmark), 1975. New Copy 2 CDs ... $18.99 19.99
Two 70s sessions from Texas tenor Buddy Tate – both recorded overseas, and packaged here together as a single set! First up is Quartet & Quintet – a date that has Buddy working with a strong rhythm section that includes Tete Montoliu on piano, Bo Steif on bass, and Sven Erik Norregaard on drums – plus a bit of guest violin from Finn Ziegler on two tracks. Most numbers are long, and really focus on Tate's bold, classic tone on the tenor – and titles include "Buddy's Blues", "Just You Just Me", "I Surrender Dear", "Broadway", and "In A Mellotone" – done at a long 17 minute run! Next up is Jive At Five – a record cut by the Buddy Tate All Starts – a group that also features Doc Cheatham on trumpet, Vic Dickenson on trombone, and Johnny Guarnieri on piano! As you'd guess from the lineup, there's an undercurrent of trad in the session – but all players certainly show off some more contemporary leanings in their solos – on titles that include "Constantly", "Jive At Five", "Sweethearts On Parade", and "I Never Knew". Also features a few bonus alternate takes. CD

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Lester YoungJazz Giants '56 (70s pressing) ... LP
Verve, 1956. Very Good+ Gatefold ... $7.99
A set with the date of 1956 very firmly planted in the title – but one that's also gone onto become a timeless ensemble session from Verve Records! The feel here is almost in jam session mode, but perhaps a bit tighter – a group of all-star players from the mid-50s, with Lester Young on tenor, Roy Eldridge on trumpet, Vic Dickenson on trombone, Teddy Wilson on piano, and Freddie Green on guitar – a nice mix of generations and styles that really helps open up the sound of the record. Tracks are nice and long, taken in that open, solo-conscious Verve mode – and tunes include "I Guess I'll Have To Change My Plan", "This Year's Kisses", "You Can Depend On Me", and "I Didn't Know What Time It Was". LP, Vinyl record album
(70s pressing. Cover has a cutout notch.)

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Lester YoungLester Young Sextet/Septet Complete Studio Master Takes (Pres & Sweets/Jazz Giants '56/Going For Myself/Laughin' To Keep From Cryin) ... CD
Verve/Lonehill (Spain), Late 50s. Used 2CD ... $19.99
Tremendous later work from Lester Young – pulled from a flurry of excellent Verve albums of the late 50s! The format here is great – as it lays out the sessions in progression from 1955 through 1958 – showing Young in the company of players that include Harry Edison, Vic Dickenson, Oscar Peterson, Roy Eldridge, and Herb Ellis – all swinging in a gently spacious way that gives ample solo space to all key players. If you ever needed a definition of the Verve "swing" sound of the 50s, this 2CD package could well be it – as the 22 tracks on the set are a perfect example of the way the label could create a perfect setting for a player like Young. Titles include "Mean To Me", "Red Boy Blues", "She's Funny That Way", "St Tropez", "Flic", "Love Is Here To Stay", "Waldorf Blues", "Sunday", "Romping", and "Salute To Benny". CD
(Out of print.)

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Eddie HeywoodLightly & Politely ... LP
Decca, Mid/Late 40s. Very Good+ ... Just Sold Out!
A nice little 50s album by Heywood – one that brings together a series of late 40s recordings that all showcase Eddie's uniquely rhythmic approach to the keys! Like Garner, another genius of space and timing, Heywood's real magic is not the songs he chooses, but the way he chops them up and lays them out. Most tunes have additional instrumentation added to Eddie's trio – with players that include James Powell on alto, Dick Vance on trumpet, Marshal Royal on alto, and Vic Dickenson on trombone. Titles include "Yesterdays", "Begin The Beguine", "Lover Man", "Pom Pom", and "Who's Sorry Now". LP, Vinyl record album

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New Wardell GrayWay Out Wardell ... CD
RPM/Boplicity (UK), 1956. New Copy ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Seminal sounds from the LA scene of the late 40s – one of the most important records to showcase the tenor talents of the legendary Wardell Gray – a key player on the harder side of the west coast for its formative bop years – and one whose career was cut short all too soon! The material here really shows that strong LA tradition of fervent jam session work – recorded here with Gray alongside additional tenor from Vido Musso – plus guitar from Barney Kessel and Irving Ashby, trumpet from Ernie Royal and Howard McGhee, trombone from Vic Dickenson, piano from Arnold Ross and Erroll Garner, and bass from Red Callender and Harry Babison. Tracks are nice and long – with plenty of room for Gray to show of his solo talents – and titles include "Tenderly", "Blue Lou", "Just You Just Me", and "One O'Clock Jump". CD

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New Jonah JonesJonah Jones Sextet ... CD
Bethlehem/Solid (Japan), 1954. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
Not the Jonah Jones of Capitol Records crossover fame – but a different version of the player who's even leaner and meaner overall – set up here in a cool combo for this rare 50s date for Bethlehem Records! Jonah's still got some bright tones in his trumpet, but the whole group really gets down to business right away – shaking up some fresh tones from older New Orleans styles, all with an edgey energy that shows that the 50s revival wasn't just about playing the same on ways. Other players include Vic Dickenson and Urbie Green on trombone, Edmond Hall on clarinet, and George Clark on tenor – and titles include "Beale Street Blues", "JJ Special", "Stars Fell On Alabama", "European Blues", and "You're The Creame In My Coffee". CD