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Easily one of our favorite of the Jazz Studio series on Decca – and despite the "from Hollywood" in the title, a great set of serious jazz! Geller works with a group that includes Milt Bernhardt on trombone, John Graas on French horn, Don Fagerquist on trumpet, Marty Paich on piano ... LP, Vinyl record album
Classic early work by Herb Geller – and a record that features his crispy alto against a group that features wife Lorraine Geller on piano, Conte Candoli on trumpet, and Zoot Sims on tenor (playing here under the name Ziggy Vines!) The tracks are short, with a lot of west coast whimsy – ... LP, Vinyl record album
About as classic as you can get for the Brown/Roach group – recorded at Basin Street with a group that includes Richie Powell on piano, Sonny Rollins on tenor, and George Morrow on bass. Tracks are tight and in that firey hardbop mode the pair pioneered – and titles include "Gertru ... LP, Vinyl record album
Gerry Mulligan's still far from the mainstream of jazz on this sweet little set – a great date that expands nicely from the mellower styles of the Pacific Jazz years – expanding the group a bit, with some really great results! In addition to Mulligan's usual baritone sax, Gerry also ... LP, Vinyl record album
A rare Japanese-only part 3 to Gerry's Mainstream Of Jazz album – featuring tracks recorded in the same sessions, but unissued at the time! The group on the session is a sextet with a really wonderful approach – Bob Brookmeyer on trombone, Zoot Sims on tenor, and John Eardley on ... LP, Vinyl record album
Quite possibly the greatest American release by Swedish sax star Lars Gullin – a really tight little set with no gimmicks, no tricks – just tight grooving by a small Swedish group! Gullin is on baritone as usual, grooving the horn like few other players could – and the rest of ... LP, Vinyl record album
Excellent work by both of the players listed as leaders – and the beginning of a huge tradition of American jazzmen in Europe that would culminate in the glory days of the Clarke-Boland Big Band scene! The record features sessions cut by Haynes in Stockholm, with Sahib Shihab on baritone and ... LP, Vinyl record album
An early leader session for Jimmy Cleveland – one that pulls him out of the Lionel Hampton group, and puts him in the company of a number of different all-stars – top level players that Mercury brought together in three different sessions for the album. Players include Lucky Thompson, ... LP, Vinyl record album
James Moody's first record after returning to the US from Paris – an unusual set for Mercury, a label that he didn't record for much at the time! The groups vary a bit throughout – and players include Dave Burns on trumpet, Cecil Payne on baritone, John Acea on piano, and Donald Cole ... LP, Vinyl record album
Incredible material from Max's "plus 4" group that included Ray Draper, George Coleman, Booker Little, and Art Davis! The band at the time was forging a haunting mix of hardbop and lyrical modernism, and was driven by Max's progressive vision and rich talent for selecting just the right ... LP, Vinyl record album
A 50s collection of material cut by Coleman Hawkins in the early 40s – working with a wonderful small combo that includes Teddy Wilson on piano and either Roy Eldridge or Buck Clayton on trumpet! The tracks are mostly lively and upbeat, and Hawkins' tenor has that wonderful mid 40s sound ... LP, Vinyl record album