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Slim Gaillard Trio – Dot Sessions (aka Slim Gaillard Rides Again)

LP (Item 478215) Dot/MCA, 1959 — Condition: Used
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Some of the best material Slim Gaillard ever recorded! Although he's best known for his Verve work, and for his early 40s sessions in LA – these 1959 recordings for Dot have Slim hitting a groove that's far tighter than usual, with a better jazz influence, and a much freer approach to singing than his usual stock style. There's a wonderful version of "How High The Moon" that's got crazy guitar, and wild lyrics from Slim about life on the moon. Other nice cuts include "Tall And Slim", "Take The A Train", "Slim's Cee", "Lady Be Good", and "Rooster Rock". If you've ever wondered why people think Slim is so great, check this one out – and you'll flip! (Cover has wide masking tape on the bottom seam.)  © 1996-2015, Dusty Groove, Inc.

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