Kinsey Comes On - Tony Kinsey
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by Mark Betcher
1d ago
  Cambridge Blue Kinsey Comes On Tony Kinsey Quintet London LL 1672 1957 Tony Kinsey - Drums Don Rendell - Tenor Sax Ronnie Ross - Baritone Sax Bill le Sage - Piano & Vibes Pete Blannin - Bass From the back cover: Since Christmas week of 1931, when he first appeared as leader of a trio, Sutton Coldfield-born drummer Tony Kinsey has built for himself an enviable reputation as a jazz combo leader, whose various groups have invariably stood for the best in British jazz. The Kinsey conception over the years has never favored the extremes of jazz. He has never pandered to the tastes of ..read more
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The Subterraneans - André Previn, Gerry Mulligan, Carmen McRae
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by Mark Betcher
1d ago
  Bread And Wine The Subterraneans André Previn, Gerry Mulligan, Carmen McRae and Others A Metro Goldwyn Mayer Presentation of an Arthur Freed Production Cover Photograph by Joe Smith, Hollywood, California MGM Records SE3812ST 1960 Soloists in this album include the following Piano - André Previn, Russ Freeman Vocals - Carmen McRae (Courtesy Kapp Records) Bass - Red Mitchell, Buddy Clark Drums - Dave Bailey, Shelly Manne (Appears by arrangement with Contemporary Records) Trombone - Bob Enevoldsen Baritone Sax - Gerry Mulligan Trumpet - Art Farmer (Courtesy of United Artists Records ..read more
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Basses Loaded - Milt Hinton, Wendell Marshall, Bull Ruther
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by Mark Betcher
2d ago
  I Poured My Heart Into A Song Basses Loaded! Milt Hinton, Wendell Marshall, Bull Ruther Photos by David B. Heche RCA Victor LPM-1107 1955 From the back cover: If the goings-on in this album seem to bear little resemblance to those of the national pastime, they are at least alike in this respect – each has its quota of truly remarkable practitioners who have reached the status of latter-day heroes. It is a well-known fact that on the sporting diamond the stratagem of loading the bases may often prove abortive – without someone to propel the sphere beyond the park's boundaries, all is ..read more
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Lord Love A Duck - Neal Hefti
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by Mark Betcher
2d ago
  Lord Love A Duck Arsenic In The Face Orignal Motion Picture Sound Track George Axelrod's Lord Love A Duck An Act Of Pure Aggression Music by Neal Hefti Title Song Sung by The Wild Ones Lyric by Ernie Sheldon United Artists Records UAS 5137 1966 Love Love A Duck The Wedding Bob's March Balboa Blast All Night Long Arsenic In The Face The Year Of The Duck Lord Love A Duck (Instrumental) Gaudeamus - Hey, Hey, Hey All Night Long (Part II) Finale: Lord Love A Duck ..read more
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Walkin' - Buddy Johnson
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by Mark Betcher
2d ago
  You're Everything My Heart Desires You'd Better Believe Me Walkin'  Buddy Johnson Mercury Records MG 20322 1957 From the back cover: Woodrow Wilson "Buddy" Johnson has been successfully leading a big band all through these years of lamentations and dour analyses in then band field. The decline of the bands didn't hit Buddy as hard as it did other large payroll-teeters, because Buddy was selling a commodity that life and the world being what they are, is never out of demand. Buddy's bands have always essentially and powerfully been blues. But the blues of whatever kind rides thro ..read more
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Let's Dance The Letkiss - S. O. Walldoff
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by Mark Betcher
2d ago
  Letkis Blues Let's Dance The Letkiss  Recorded In Sweden Played by the Original Scandinavian Letkiss Dance Band conducted by S. O. Walldoff A Polar Music Production Philips PHS 600-178 1965 Letkis Jenka Let's Kiss Kiss Kiss Jumpin' Jenka Around The Jenka Letkis Blues Tjofaderittan Jenka Doin' The Jenka Let's Letkis Tonight Bugle Call Jenka Kiss Till Jenka Tropical Letkis Yankee Jenka ..read more
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The Natural Seven - Al Cohn
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by Mark Betcher
3d ago
Jump The Blue Away The Natural Seven RCA Victor LPM 1116 Photos: David B. Hecht 1955 From the back cover: In the land of the free, most people feel, the livin' is easy. And in the land of jazz, the feeling' is free and easy when the jazz is being blown á la Count Basie. And the living' becomes pretty great, too! The jazz that's boarded directly underneath this card you're now reading is definitely á la Basie. It's been blown into those minute grooves with great tenderness by seven musicians who feel and do quite naturally what the great Count gave to jazz: that free and easy and light and a ..read more
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Jazz As I Feel It - Earl Bostic
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by Mark Betcher
3d ago
  Telestar Drive Jazz As I Feel It Earl Bostic Arrangements: Earl Bostic & Buddy Collette Audio: Dino Lappas Production: Hal Neely Recorded August 13 and 14, 1963 - World Pacific Studios, Hollywood, California King Records KING 846 1963 Earl Bostic - Alto Sax Richar "Groove" Holmes - Organ Joe Pass - Guitar Shelly Manne - Drums (Telestar Drive, Apple Cake, Ten Out, Fast Track) Charles Blackwell - Drums (Don't Do It Please, A Taste Of Fresh Air, Hunt And Peck) James Bond - Bass (Don't Do It Please, A Taste Of Fresh Air, Hunt And Peck) From the back cover: Earl Eugene Bostic - T ..read more
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The Charles Bell Contemporary Jazz Quartet
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by Mark Betcher
3d ago
  Latin Festival The Charles Bell Contemporary Jazz Quartet Columbia CL 1582 1961 From the back cover: In recent months the phrase "Third Stream" has been coined to describe an intellectualized form of jazz which springs as much from classical training as from the traditions of popular dance music. John Lewis's Modern Jazz Quartet has made an enormous commercial success in combining severe formal discipline with free-swinging improvisation. Charles Bell takes his jazz very seriously, as listeners will find out from this extraordinary long-playing record. He is of the firm belief that t ..read more
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Son Of Gunn - Shelly Manne
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by Mark Betcher
3d ago
  Joanna Son Of Gunn!! Shelly Manne & His Men Play More "Peter Gunn" Produced by Lester Koenig Recorded May 21 and 26, 1959 at Contemporary Records in Los Angeles. Sound by Roy DuNann Cover Design: Guidi/Tri Arts Contemporary Records M 3566 1959 Cover Photo of Shelly Manne as a super-hip private eye by Peter James Samerjan, taken at Jazz-Seville in Hollywood. Music composed by Henry Mancini from the score of the NBC-TV series "Peter Gunn," starring Craig Stevens. The individual titles are from various characters or scenes on the program. My Manne Shelly, for example, was written t ..read more
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