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The Everest Years

Label: Empire Musicwerks
Released: 2005
Track listing: Girl Of My Dreams; September In the Rain; What Can I Say After I Say I'm Sorry; Bye Bye Blackbird; Pennies From Heaven; The Best Things In Life Are Free; Taking A Chance On Love; In A Little Spanish Town; My Old Kentucky Home; Blues For Choo Loos; All Of Me; Russin Lullaby; It's All Right With Me; Loch Lomond; Undecided; That Was Yesterday; I Will Follow You; Chin Up Ladies; Independence Hora 20. As Simple As That.

The Everest Years

Label: Empire Musicwerks
Released: 2005
Track listing: The Madison Time (Part II); Blue Skies; Soft Winds; Organ Grinder's Swing; Flying Home; Independence Hora; I Will Follow You; That Was Yesterday; Milk & Honey; Let's Not Waste A Moment; Dis Heah; Angel Eyes; What's New; Like Young; Wenkie; 'Round Midnight; Blues for Joe; Cubato; and more.

The Everest Years

Label: Empire Musicwerks
Released: 2005
Track listing: Cherokee/Redskin Rhumba; Serenade to May; Molten Swing; Pompton Turnpike; East Side, West Side; Charleston Alley; Skyliner; Blue Juice; Wild Man of the Fishpond; Southern Fried; Smiles; Evergreens; Atardust; Take the 'A' Train; Goodbye; Early Autumn; Flying Home; I Can't Get Started; Begin the Beguine; Darn That Dream; Midnight Sun; One O'Clock Jump; Harlem Nocturne.

The Everest Years

Label: Unknown label
Released: 2005
Track listing: 1. Caldonia 2. Black Orchid 3. Blowin' Up A Storm 4. Bijou 5. Crazy Rhythm 6. Woodchopper's Ball 7. Mambo Herd 8. Tito Meets Woody 9. Latin Flight 10. Hail Hail the Herd's All Here 11. Yes Indeed 12. It's Delovely 13. Mt. Everest 14. Bamba Samba (Bossa Nova) 15. Original #2 16. Love Song Ballad 17. Prelude Ala Cha Cha. Ebony Concerto: 18. Moderato 19. Andante 20. Moderato.

The Everest Years

Label: Unknown label
Released: 2005
Track listing: 1. Sweet Georgia Brown 2. My BLue Heaven 3. Jive At Five 4. Greensleeves 5. When Your Lover Has Gone 6. Philadelphia Bound 7. Close your Eyes 8. I Got Rhythm - Part I 9. I Got Rhythm - Part II 10. Embraceable You 11. Bebop Irishman 12. Little Susie 13. Vamp 'Til Ready 14. You're Getting To Be A Habit With Me 15. Should I 16. Sandy's Body 17. Thou Swell 18. Show Time 19. Liza 20. But Not For Me 21. Royal Garden Blues 22. Mozelle's Alley 23. Sox Trot 24. In The Forrest.

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Charlie Shavers: The Everest Years

Read "The Everest Years" reviewed by David Rickert

Like many great trumpeters, Charlie Shavers got lost in the shuffle somewhere between Louis and Miles and today is known by few. Although he recorded several fine solos as a member of John Kirby and Tommy Dorsey's outfits, he scarcely recorded as a leader, which no doubt has contributed to his obscurity. However, Empire Musicwerks has ...

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Wild Bill Davis: The Everest Years

Read "The Everest Years" reviewed by David Rickert

Will Bill Davis was the pioneer of the organ in jazz, but got left bobbing in the wake after gentlemen like Jimmy Smith and Baby Face Willette hit the scene. However, while hanging around in the margins, Davis continued to plug on, demonstrating that he could hang with the best of them. The Everest Years collects ...

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Wild Bill Davis: The Everest Years

Read "The Everest Years" reviewed by Norman Weinstein

This CD is an extraordinary sampling of the antics of Wild Bill Davis on the Hammond B-3 organ, as collected from five albums on the Everest label. With all of the renewed interest in jazz organ lately--Tori Amos listening to vintage Jimmy Smith sessions, etc.--this is a timely reissue. With due respect to Jimmy Smith, Davis ...

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Charlie Barnet: The Everest Years

Read "The Everest Years" reviewed by David Rickert

During the '50s the Everest label was a preserve for big band leaders like Charlie Barnet whose days on the road were behind them, but still had a yen to hit the studios. Barnet's band could still hurl fireballs with the best of them, even twenty years after the height of his popularity, and although the ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Charlie Barnet: The Everest Years

Read "The Everest Years" reviewed by Norman Weinstein

Charlie Barnet, a talented big band leader and saxophonist, must have found himself waking up on the days when these two albums, now packed on a single CD, were recorded in 1958, and thought he was in 1938. Sessions like these are what the term “retro" is all about. Everyone is quite workmanlike in the studio. ...


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