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Album Review

Jerry Jerome: Something Borrowed, Something Blue

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A 2 CD set is double bonus in anybody's book. This package by Jerry Jerome is no exception. The first CD, entitled Something Borrowed , is a collection of Jerry's early work with Jerry Jerome and His Orchestra on “Broadway Camera," a tv show on WPIX in New York in 1950. Other pieces from the period of 1939 to 1964 are featured, and it is a wonderful romp through his legacy in the music of that era.

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Album Review

Jerry Jerome: Something Borrowed, Something Blue

Read "Something Borrowed, Something Blue" reviewed by AAJ Staff


A 2 CD set is double bonus in anybody's book. This package by Jerry Jerome is no exception. The first CD, entitled Something Borrowed , is a collection of Jerry's early work withJerry Jerome and His Orchestraon “Broadway Camera," a tv show on WPIX in New York in 1950. Other pieces from the period of 1939 to 1964 are featured, and it is a wonderful romp through his legacy in the music of that era.

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Album Review

Jerry Jerome: And His All-Stars Live!

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This concert date by tenor saxophonist Jerry Jerome and his all–star sextet was recorded in May ’98, roughly sixty years after Jerome joined Benny Goodman’s celebrated dance band. That’s no misprint — the number sixty is correct. Six–oh. In fact, the robust and quick–witted Jerome was a month shy of his 86th birthday when he and his colleagues treated the audience in Boca Raton, Florida, to an engaging program of swing–based Jazz from the good old days. In between numbers, ...


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