Discussion in 'Music Forums' started by savv, Jan 28, 2006.
Georgie Auld: Quintet & Septet 1951-1963 - Airmail Special
Discs 1 & 2 of 2
Matt White And The The Super Villain Jazz Band - Worlds Wide -
Roy Eldridge, Oscar Peterson, Ray Brown, Herb Ellis & Buddy Rich. Excellent album
I love that album. I have all of those recordings on a Verve double LP reissue. Man, Roy PLAYS on that one...
I like this album alot...the whole thing, packaging etc..
Cootie Williams, Rex Stewart, Coleman Hawkins, Bud Freeman, Lawrence Brown, J.C. Higginbotham, Hank Jones, Billy Bauer, Milton Hinton, Gus
last purchase at TUNES, one of my used record stores before they folded up the tent
Yeah man. The whole band is great, really tight. Interesting selection of tunes too.
Roy really hits it on "I Only Have Eyes For You"! And Oscar's solo on that is so pretty.
You know, it's funny. I have a story on that album too. I'm 99% sure it's that album. But I remember driving back up to school one cold winter night, in the late 70's. I stopped off in White Plains, NY, where there was a record store I used to hit. The streets were deserted, and so was the record store. It was close to closing. And I picked this one up and drove on to my dorm room!
Nice, I'll remember that on the next listen...Its those kinds of stories that define vintage gear and vintage jazz to me, a little different vibe than rock for sure..of course I love it all
Well, of course, anybody might have a memory of any album they purchased, whatever the genre. I don't always remember just where or when I got a particular LP. But that is one of the great things about records, that they become old friends and connect you to other times and people.
Very Solid enjoyable stuff both sides IMHO
Harry James and his Big Band - The King James Version
Paul Gonsalves-Ray Nance: Just A-Sittin' And A-Rockin'
Johnnie Pate: At The Bluenote
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