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Paris Collection Master Takes

CD (Item 177449) Vogue/King (Japan), 1953 — Condition: Used
$14.99 ...

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Originally: 18.99
An amazing collection – especially since Clifford Brown died before giving the world that many key records – which makes these French sessions from 1953 a very important part of his catalog! The set captures Brownie at his modern best – really making the move past straighter bop, into sparkling chromatic territory – mostly with alto sax genius Gigi Gryce at his side! Gryce first chose Clifford Brown as his main foil in trumpet/alto arrangements – before having to move on to Art Farmer, and then later Donald Byrd – and the sessions here feature groups with either Brown or Gryce as the leader, plus a few quartet sessions with just Brown – with Henri Renaud on piano.  © 1996-2024, Dusty Groove, Inc.
(Out of print, includes obi.)

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