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Jazz Gold

  • 0. DISC 1:
    1. Meet Me Where They Play the Blues - Jack Teagarden
    2. Birth of the Blues - Gordon Jenkins/Marshall Royal
    3. It Don't Mean a Thing (If It Ain't Got That Swing) - Ernie Wilkins
    4. Take the 'A' Train - Charlie Barnet
    5. Bamba Samba Bossa Nova - Charlie Byrd
    6. Tempo de Brazillia - Jimmy Hamilton
    7. Thou Swell - Jo Jones
    8. 'Round Midnight - Charlie Parker
    9. Nuages - Django Reinhardt
    10. I Wish You Love - Gloria Lynne
    11. Gee, Baby, Ain't I Good to You - Hank Crawford/Calvin Newborn
    12. Deep Purple - Charlie Singleton
    13. One O'Clock Jump - King Flemming Quintette
    14. Nearness of You, The - King Curtis Jazz Combo
    15. In the Evening - Joe Williams
    16. Woodchoppers Ball - Woody Herman & His Big Band
    0. DISC 2:
    1. I Can't Get Started - Lonnie Simmons Quartet
    2. Angel Eyes - Wild Bill Davis
    3. Jimmy's Swing - Jimmy Smith
    4. Out of Nowhere - Pee Wee Russell
    5. Harlem Nocturne - Herbie Fields
    6. Mr. 5 X 5 - Jimmy Rushing
    7. What a Difference a Day Makes - Coleman Hawkins
    8. Fascinating Rhythm - Gershwin in Brass/Urbie Green
    9. Latin Flight - Tito Puente/Woody Herman
    10. Bye Bye Blackbird - Charlie Shavers
    11. Loch Lomond - Maxine Sullivan & Her All-Stars
    12. Summertime - Red Saunders & His Orchestra
    13. 8-9-10 - June Davis/Freddy Washington Band/June Davis With Freddy Washington's Bband
    14. When the Saints Go Marching In - Chubby Jackson
  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 311013

  • Credits
    ProducerRama Barwick (Compilation)

    Editor: Roger Kash.
    This eccentrically assembled jazz compilation features some fascinating recordings made by both familiar and lesser-known artists, from the trombonist Jack Teagarden's vintage performance of "Meet Me Where They Play the Blues," to a decidedly odd version of "Deep Purple" by the obscure Charlie Lynne, accompanied by a stratospherically voiced singer. There's an interesting example of the great R&B saxophonist King Curtis playing jazz on a lyrical "The Nearness of You," as well as Woody Herman's Big Band performing the reliable "Woodchopper's Ball," classic Coleman Hawkins saxophone on an unusual arrangement of "What a Difference a Day Makes," and the singer June Davis and the keyboard player Freddy Washington joining forces on a slick, sophisticated "8-9-10."

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