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DIMINUENDO & CRESCENDO IN BLUE 1937, 1946, 1953, 1956 & 1958 — The Genesis of a Dukish Masterpiece

– Yesterday’s post has inspired me to do what I have planned a long time ago: All significant versions of “Diminuendo & Crescendo In Blue” compiled in one post, and in chronological order (for the rest, see yesterday’s updated post). … Continue reading

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Update of an ancient post: DANCIN’ through APRIL with “MY” MAN PAUL GONSALVES and 3 X’s “DIMINUENDO & CRESCENDO IN BLUE”

Thanks, Doug, for reminding us on International Jazz Day. For me, every day is a Jazz Day. Let’s celebrate it anyway, with Paul Gonsalves, featured in his very special showcase and 35 chorusses + a splendid coda on Diminuendo & … Continue reading

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BREW LITE & HIS HOLY JAZZ SPIRITS — PENTECOST JAM — MAY 23, 2010

Dear folks & followers – It’s a great pleasure for me to present the best from our concert at a small Greek restaurant in Cologne, on Pentecost Sunday three years ago. Here we go with almost 60 minutes of swingin’ … Continue reading

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Repost From Bruno Leicht’s Resurrected “Old & New Swingin’ Dreams” Blog: What became of CHINATOWN, MY CHINATOWN? — SAX NO END

Dear swinging friends, This is my reply to Marc Myers’ recent article at JazzWax: JAZZ IS UNIVERSAL; which it is indeed. Yeah! I’m dedicating this entry to Sabina, and a good friend of mine, an American saxophonist, living in the … Continue reading

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BY THE WAY…

;) Thanks a load, WordPress, I surely will! Sincerely, Bruno Leicht

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DEXTER GORDON – BITING THE APPLE – Steeplechase, 1976

One of the finest albums ever recorded by “Long Tall” Dexter Gordon is Biting The Apple from 1976. Here are the four tracks in the order of the LP first, and then follow the “Georgia On My Mind” & “Blue … Continue reading

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BUDDY RICH BIG BAND — MORE FROM THE JAZZ FEST BERLIN — NOVEMBER 3, 1984

NIGHT BLOOD IF I WERE A BELL Bill Cunliffe (p) Dave Carpenter (b) & BR (d) CHANNEL ONE SUITE Note: The lengthy drum solo, posted in two parts two days ago, belongs to this suite. Here it is again, but … Continue reading

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