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Not For Sale

Mel Torm, Gerry Mulligan & George Shearing at Carnegie Hall 1982

By Published: February 10, 2005
Playlist
  1. Another Kind of Sunday (Gerry Mulligan)
  2. Guess I'll Go Back Home (Willard Robison/Ray Mayer)/Old Folks (Willard Robison/Dedette Lee Hill)
  3. Oleo (Sonny Rollins)
  4. 42nd & Broadway (Gerry Mulligan)
  5. Cottage For Sale (Willard Robison/Larry Conley)
  6. It Might As Well Be Spring (Richard Rodgers/Oscar Hammerstein II)
  7. K4 Pacific (Gerry Mulligan)
  8. One For Amos (Sam Jones)


Personnel
Mel Tormé/vocals (2, 5, 6), George Shearing/piano (2, 3, 5, 6, 8)/vocals (2, 5), Gerry Mulligan/baritone sax (1, 7)/soprano sax (4), Don Thompson/bass (3, 8), Mitchell Forman/piano (1, 4, 7), Frank Luther/bass (1, 4, 7), Richie DeRosa/drums (1, 4, 7), Chuck Wilson/alto sax (1, 4, 7), Mike Migliore/sax (1, 4, 7), Gary Keller/sax (1, 4,7), Tom Boras/sax (1, 4, 7), Laurie Frink/trumpet, (1,4, 7), Mike Carubia/trumpet 91, 4, 7), Chris Rogers/trumpet (1, 4, 7), Gary Guzio (1, 4, 7), Rick Chamberlain/trombone (1, 4, 7), Dave Glenn/trombone (1, 4, 7), Jim Daniels (1, 4, 7)

The songs are listed in the order in which they were broadcast, omitting the selections released on The Classic Concert Live by Concord.

Recorded June 29, 1982 at Carnegie Hall, New York City
Broadcast on National Public Radio's Jazz Alive in November 1982.



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