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BELATED HAPPY 80th ANNIVERSARY BENNY GOODMAN & FRIENDS AT CARNEGIE HALL, January 16, 1938!

While some folks think that all has been said about this significant event in jazz history, here are some things you might not know. One of my fellow bloggers, Mr. Eric Bogart, has detected one of two little details, only … Continue reading

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HAPPY 85th ANNIVERSARY, MR. CHET BAKER !!!

In Düsseldorf’s commons (Uni Mensa in German), in 1986, Chet arrived one hour delayed. He was announced there with his fine trio, featuring guitarist Philip Catherine and bassist Jean Louis Rassinfosse who played a half-acoustic bass. The George Adams-Don Pullen … Continue reading

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BREW LITE’s NINE O’CLOCK BEER BOYS — ‘Live’ @ NUNK MUSIC RECORD STORE, Cologne, June 7, 2014

Posted in Anniversary, Barney Bigard, Birthday Party, Blogging is swell!, Blues, Clarinet, Dedication, Delikatessen...LOLL., Duke Ellington, Exoticism, It's been a ball!, It's gonna be a ball, Jazz Rhumba, Jazz Stories & Tales, Invented Truths & Actual Happenings, Jimmy Blanton, Johnny Hodges, June, Obituary, Portrait, Rex Stewart, Saxophone, Swing Era, Tongue In Cheek, Trumpet | Tagged , , , , , , , , ,

Dorothy Fields’ & Jerome Kern’s “THE WAY YOU LOOK TONIGHT” as heard between 1936 & 1962

I always loved this tune by Jerome Kern, and now I can proudly fulfill what I’ve promised at Doug’s Rifftides: Here we go with the fabulous Dave Brubeck Quartet and the completely restored track from their original 10″-release of Jazz At … Continue reading

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RE: SPRING — STAN GETZ QUARTET – ‘LIVE’ IN MUNICH – ON A SLOW BOAT TO CHINA – 1990

And always remember which became quasi proverbial in Germany: “Wat is’ Stan Getz los?!” Which means: There’s only one Stanley Gayetzsky a.k.a. Stan “The Man” Getz. Stan Getz (ts) Kenny Barron (p) Alex Blake (b) Terri Lyne Carrington (d) – … Continue reading

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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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