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with slight surface noise, and the occasional click in part of a song,
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This is a volume of six songs recorded after the advent of the long playing record in an attempt to record the complete works of Art Tatum. The six song titles included are "Love For Sale", "Wrap Your Troubles In Dreams", "Louise", "Come Rain Or Come Shine", ... LP, Vinyl record album
"Genius" is right – because Art Tatum's touch on the keys of the piano here is completely sublime – a style unto itself, with almost a near equal balance between melody and rhythm – and a speed that's almost pyrotechnic, but never too over the top! Art's solo here ... LP, Vinyl record album
If you can believe it, the 10th album in Oscar's "composers" series for Clef Records – done in a songbook mode that would set the tone for Verve in years to come. As you'd guess from the title, the tunes are all Jimmy McHugh compositions – played by Oscar's trio that includes ... LP, Vinyl record album
Features Ella Fitzgerald on vocal performances of "April In Paris", "Party Blues", and "Every Day I Have The Blues" – with Count Basie backing. Also features a jam session version of "Billie's Bounce" – with Art Blakey, Charles Mingus, Tal Farlow ... LP, Vinyl record album
Great stuff from Basie's best years at Verve – featuring tight no-nonsense material that puts the Count firmly back on the map, handled with more care than his work had been receiving for years! Titles include "Bread", "Jive At Five", "Be My Guest", "No ... LP, Vinyl record album
A beautiful hard burner from Gene Krupa – a perfect example of the way he could skirt different camps of jazz when working in small group format! Krupa's really grown since the early days – and he's working here with a very cool group – a crack sextet that includes Ben Webster on ... LP, Vinyl record album
One of Jacquet's most fantastic albums for Norman Granz. Nicely swinging numbers alternate with beautifully laid back ballads, with Jacquet's rich tone cutting across the full orchestral backing throughout. Tight crisp playing on mostly shorter cuts, featuring mostly jumping Jacquet originals. 11 ... LP, Vinyl record album
One of the greatest early Charlie Parker albums on Verve – and one that comes complete with a great David Stone Martin cover that features a sketch of a bird blowing a saxophone! Material is pulled together from a variety of sessions – and includes work done with the Dave Lambert ... LP, Vinyl record album
A killer album – one of Art Blakey's best non-Blue Note sides, and a blinding set of hard-driving jazz that well earns its title! The group is one of Blakey's pre-Timmons/Morgan/Shorter ones – with Jackie McLean on alto, Bill Hardman on trumpet, Spanky DeBrest on bass, and Sam Dockery ... LP, Vinyl record album
A really great, oft-overlooked album from the best period of Quincy Jones! This album is quite possibly Quincy's most farthest-reaching – as he works in an array of styles that really shows his growing genius in the studio – not just jazz and soundtrack modes, but more soul-based ones, ... LP, Vinyl record album