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Jazz Memories

Label: Universal Music Group
Released: 2003
Track listing: Disc One: 1. Dear Old Southland - Louis Armstrong 2. The Song Is You - Charlie Parker 3. Joy Spring - Clifford Brown & Max Roach 4. Body And Soul - Stan Getz 5. Easy Living - Dinah Washington 6. Blue Monk - Thelonius Monk

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Various Artists: Jazz Memories

Read "Jazz Memories" reviewed by Charlie B. Dahan


Hall of Fame manager Earl Weaver once said the most valuable weapon in baseball is the three-run home run; a more perfect analogy couldn’t exist between Weavers' baseball intellect and Universal Music’s recent boxset offering Jazz Memories. The three runs figuratively crossing the plate are the packages’ astute track choices, the groundbreaking photography of the legendary ...

Album

Jazz Memories

Label: Unknown label
Released: 2001
Track listing: Dear Old Southland; The Song Is You; Joy Spring; Body and Soul; Easy Living; Blue Monk; The Man I Love; If I Had You; Shoe Shine Boy; Are You Real?; Time On My Hands; My Man; Willow Weep for Me; Deep Passion; Broadway; Stars Fell on Alabama; Perdido; Embraceable You; Frenesi; Don't Explain; Hallelujah; Tune Up/When Lights Are Low; All Of Me; Nostalgia; How Long Has This Been Going On?; Can't Help Loving That Man; Jitterbug Waltz; St. Thomas; Judy; Me and Some Drums; Lotus Blossom.

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Various Artists: Jazz Memories

Read "Jazz Memories" reviewed by Jim Santella


Bebop was still the new kid on the block when these memorable jazz events occurred. The scope of the sessions on this 2-CD boxed set runs from 1947 to 1962, with Duke Ellington's 1967 solo piano dedication of “Lotus Blossom" the lone exception. All capture that 1950's spirit of the pioneer with a new music at ...


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