Category Archives: Jazz Standard

BREW BAKER’s HOLIDAY THREE – ‘Live’ @Nunk Music – June 4, 2016

Here’s to you, KD, my love Cheers! “THE TRANSLUCENT BLOOZE OF THE RUSSIAN MUSE” by Bruno Leicht (trumpet & composition) & Band: “MISS K.-ATTYA, MY DEAREST” by Bruno Leicht (trumpet & composition) & Band:

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‘T was “BLUE SKIES” before, then “IN WALKED BUD” … “AND MONK WALKED OUT”

This is a little imaginary suite, dedicated to Thelonious Monk’s paraphrase of Irving Berlin’s “BLUE SKIES” (clickety-click on the title to hear one of the earliest renditions, performed by Ben Selvin’s Knickerbockers, 1927). Anyway, the tune could have remained a … Continue reading

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