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Dexter Gordon Quartet - Complete Kenny Drew & Carl Perkins Sessions

Label: Lonehill Jazz
Released: 2009
Track listing: 1. Daddy Plays the Horn (Gordon) - 9:07; 2. Confirmation (Parker) - 7:51; 3. Darn That Dream (DeLange/Van Heusen) - 4:21; 4. Number Four (Gordon) - 4:51; 5. Autumn in New York (Duke) - 6:30; 6. You Can Depend on Me (Carpenter/Dunlap/Hines) - 9:04; 7. Cry Me a River (Hamilton) - 3:45; 8. Don't Worry About Me (Koehler/Bloom) - 3:51; 9. I Hear Music (Loesser/Lane) - 3:42; 10. I Should Care (Stordhal/Weston) - 2:45; 11. Blowin' for Dootsie (Gordon) - 5:31; 12. Tenderly (Lawrence/Groos) - 3:33; 13. Rhythm Mad (Gordon) - 4:29; 14. Bonna Rue (Gordon) - 6:58.

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Dexter Gordon: Dexter Gordon Quartet - Complete Kenny Drew & Carl Perkins Sessions

Read "Dexter Gordon Quartet - Complete Kenny Drew & Carl Perkins Sessions" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff


Le due sedute d'incisione del 1955, qui raccolte sotto il titolo Complete Kenny Drew and Carl Perkins Sessions, segnarono il primo passo verso quella rinascita che, nel 1959, avrebbe portato Dexter Gordon a New York, disintossicato e sotto contratto per la Blue Note. Negli anni che vanno dal '52 al '55 il grande tenorista attraversò un ...

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Complete Recordings

Label: Lonehill Jazz
Released: 2006

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Jazz Structures

Label: Lonehill Jazz
Released: 2005
Track listing: Facts About Max; Milano Blues; Swingin' The Blues; Breadline Blues; Bye Bye Blues; Blues In The Night; Royal Garden Blues; Count's Blues; Genesis Part 2; Architectonics/Directional Suite; Impulse; Automatons; Impulso Pt 1&2; Complexus/The Worker; Rain Blues; In The Morning; Quittin' Time; Edifice.

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Complete Fifties Studio Recordings

Label: Lonehill Jazz
Released: 2005
Track listing: CD1: Blues for Trombones; What is this Thing Called Love?; Lament 4-The Mayor; Bernie's Tune; Reflections;; Op; Blues in Two's; The Whiffenpoof Song; Give Me the Simple Life; Close As Pages in a Book; Turnabout; Trombone for Two; It's Sand Man; We Two; Let's Get Away From It All; Goodbye; This Can't Be Love. CD2: Out of This World; Thou Swell; Lover; Lope City; Stolen Bass; It's Alright With Me; Mad About the Boy; Yes Sir, That's My Baby; That's How I Feel About You; Gong Rock; It's Alright With Me (Alt. take); Don't Argue; How Long has this been going on?; Riviera; Dinner For One; Hip Bones; Wind Bag; We'll Be Together Again; Bag's Groove.

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J.J. Johnson & Kai Winding Quintet: Complete Fifties Studio Recordings

Read "Complete Fifties Studio Recordings" reviewed by Francis Lo Kee


The first thing that piqued my interest about Complete Fifties Studio Recordings (compiled from the Savoy, Prestige, Columbia, and Bethlehem labels) was the inclusion of a rare Mingus piece called “Reflections. When you get to track number six after traveling through the preceding tunes (including the delightful “Bernie's Tune ) you might utter “Toto, I don't ...

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Conte Candoli/Max Roach: Jazz Structures

Read "Jazz Structures" reviewed by Rico Cleffi


The inclusion of Max Roach's name on the cover of Jazz Structures is somewhat disingenuous. Upon opening the CD insert, we're informed that Max Roach appears on only four out of eighteen tracks. This information was conspicuously absent from the back cover, where a potential buyer would look to see if a disc's worth spending hard-earned ...


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