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Moonlight in Vermont

Featuring the music of Bob Brookmeyer & John Scofield
Duration: 3:57

The trombonist and the guitarist appearing as a duo on a Dutch TV Show, playing "Moonlight in Vermont".
Album

Moonlight In Vermont

Label: Acta
Released: 2005

Album

Moonlight In Vermont

Label: Roulette Jazz
Released: 2004
Track listing: Where Or When; Tabu; Moonlight In Vermont; Jaguar; Stars Fell On Alabama; Tenderly; (I Don't Stand A) Ghost Of A Chance; Vilia; Cavu; I'll Be Around; Yesterdays; Cherokee; Sometimes I'm Happy; Nice Work If You Can Get It; Jaguar (alternate version); My Funny Valentine.

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Article: Album Review

The Johnny Smith Quintet: Moonlight In Vermont

Read "Moonlight In Vermont" reviewed by Chris May


This may be the greatest “forgotten" jazz album of its time. “Moonlight In Vermont" was originally released as the B side of a single in '52. Its lush, gorgeous, laid back groove--caressed into life by Smith and Stan Getz--made it an immediate radio hit and it was voted Jazz Record Of The Year by Downbeat. Over ...

Album

Moonlight In Vermont

Label: Milestone Records
Released: 1977

Album

Moonlight In Vermont

Label: Scandia
Released: 1963

Album

Moonlight In Vermont

Label: Point Entertainment
Released: 0


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