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Four Classic Albums

Label: Avid Records UK
Released: 2016
Track listing: Disc 1: Teddy’s Ready: Blues in G; Scrapple From the Apple; What’s New?; You Name It; Take the ‘A’ Train; The Sermon; Higgins’ Hideaway. Sunset Eyes: Tempo de Blues; Vintage; I Hear A Rhapsody; Up in Teddy’s New Flat; Sunset Eyes; Teddy’s Tune; Takin’ Off. Disc 2: Together Again: Together Again; You Stepped Out of a Dream; Up There; Perhaps; Misty; Sandy. God Gravy: Good Gravy; Could You Forget; A Stairway to the Stars; A Little Later; On Green Dolphin Street; Just Friends; Laura; Yes I’ll Be Ready; Not So Strange.

Buddy Collette: Four Classic Albums

Label: Avid Records UK
Released: 2016
Track listing: Calm, Cool, and Collette: Winston Walks; If She Had Stayed; They Can’t Take that Away From Me; Undecided; Flute in “D”; The Continental; Three and One; Night in Tunisia; Johnny Walks; Perfidia; Morning Jazz. Marx Makes Broadway: Joey Joey; Why Can’t You Behave; All of You; Cool; Too Close For Comfort; If I Were A Bell; Baubles, Bangles, and Beads; A Sleepin’ Bee; Guys And Dolls; Just In Time. Nice Day With Collette: A Nice Day; There Will Never Be Another You; Minor Deviation; Over the Rainbow; Change It; Moten Swing; I’ll Remember April; Blue For Howard; Fall Winds; Buddy Boo. The Polyhedric Buddy Collette: Orfeo Negro; Blues For Nicola; Mounya Labeli Matatoo; Paddi; A Taste Of Fresh Air; Pickford Street; Skater for Mater; Blues.

Bob Cooper: Four Classic Albums

Label: Avid Records UK
Released: 2016
Track listing: ‘Sextet': Group Activity; Excursion; Polka Dots And Moonbeams; The Way You Look Tonight; Solo Plight; Lisbon Lady; When The Sun Comes Out; She Didn’t Say Yes. ’Shifting Winds’: It’s De-Lovely; Strike Up The Band; ’Round Midnight; Hot Boy; Deep In A Dream; Hallelujah; Tongue Twister; All Or Nothing At All; Sunset; Drawing Lines; It Don’t Mean A Thing (If It ‘Aint Got That Swing). ’Flute ‘N Oboe’: They Didn’t Believe Me; Gypsy In My Soul; In The Blue Of The Evening; I Want To Be Happy; Tequila Time; I Can’t Get Started; Blues For Delilah; Sunset And Vine; What’ll I Do. ’Coop! The Music Of Bob Cooper’: Jazz Theme & Four Variations: Main theme-Sunday Mood; Jazz Theme & Four Variations: First Variation-A Blue Period; Jazz Theme & Four Variations: Second Variation-Happy Changes; Jazz Theme & Four Variations: Third Variation-Night Stroll; Jazz Theme & Four Variations: Fourth Variation-Saturday Dance; Confirmation; Easy Living; Frankie & Johnny; Day Dream; Somebody Loves Me.

Buddy Collette: Four Classic Albums

Read "Buddy Collette: Four Classic Albums" reviewed by David Rickert

Like many of his fellow West Coast musicians, Buddy Collette was proficient on multiple instruments. He could play alto and tenor sax, but tended toward the clarinet and the flute for most of his recording career. His solo records were as light and effortless as most jam form the West Coast tended to be at the ...

Bob Cooper: Four Classic Albums

Read "Bob Cooper: Four Classic Albums" reviewed by David Rickert

Bob Cooper was one of the greats of the fifties West Coast scene. He was a formidable improviser whose proficiency on multiple instruments made him highly sought after for studio work, and was also a talented arranger whose had plenty of work in the studio on both big band and small group recordings. However, he seldom ...


Teddy Edwards: Four Classic Albums

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Teddy Edwards was a formidable tenor player on the '50s and '60s West Coast scene with a warm and congenial tone reflected the laid-back thoughtfulness of the West Coast scene with enough soul to indicate he was listening some Coleman Hawkins in the midst of the Lester Young platters. His own recordings were a typical mix ...

Roland Kirk: Four Classic Albums

Label: Avid Records UK
Released: 2014
Track listing: CD1: The Call; Soul Station; Our Waltz; Our Love Is Here To Stay; Spirit Girl; Jack the Ripper; Three For Dizzy; Makin’ Whoopee; Funk Underneath; Kirk’s Work; Doin’ the Sixty Eight; Too Late Now; Skater’s Waltz. CD2: Three for the Festival; Moon Song; A Sack Full of Soul; The Haunted Melody; Blues For Alice; We Free Kings; You Did It, You Did It; Some Kind of Love; My Delight; Domino; Meeting on Termini’s Corner; Time; Lament; A Stritch in Time; 3-in1 Without the Oil; Get Out of Town; Rolando; I Believe in You; E.D.

Red Norvo: Four Classic Albums

Label: Avid Records UK
Released: 2014
Track listing: CD1: Dancing On the Ceiling; Lover, Come Back To Me; I Remember You; Skylark; Good Bait; Strike Up the Band; The Spider’s Web; Tenderly; I Hadn’t Anyone Till You; Says My Heart; You Leave Me Breathless; My Last Affair; Garden of the Moon; They Can’t Take That Away From Me; Why Do I Love You; It’s Wonderful; I Was Doing All Right; (I’ve Been) Saving Myself For You; I See Your Face Before Me; Some Like It Hot; Britt’s Blues; The Night Is Blue. CD2: Shed No Tears; Easy on the Eye; Just a Mood; I Sing the Blues; Sunrise Blues; Poeme; Red Sails; The Red Broom; Rubricity; Paying the Dues Blues; Divertimento 1st Movement; Divertimento 2nd Movement; Divertimento 3rd Movement; Divertimento 4th Movement.

Red Norvo: Four Classic Albums

Read "Red Norvo: Four Classic Albums" reviewed by David Rickert

Red Norvo played the vibes while leading his own band during the swing era and grew into smaller groups in the forties and fifites once the practicality of leading a large ensemble became too much. He was one of the first to specialize of what has always been somewhat of an unusual instrument for jazz, but ...


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