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The Ivory Hunters

Label: Phoenix Jazz Records
Released: 2014
Track listing: Honeysuckle Rose; As Time Goes By; The Way You Look Tonight; It Could Happen to You; The Man I Love; I Got Rhythm; Everything I’ve Got; You Don’t Know What Love Is; I Don’t Know about You; I’m Getting Sentimental over You; Dancing in the Dark; I love You; 'S Wonderful.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Bill Evans, Bob Brookmeyer: The Ivory Hunters

Read "The Ivory Hunters" reviewed by Maurizio Zerbo

Solo nel jazz accadono simili incontri, dove le regole vengono stravolte. È il caso di questa seduta discografica del 1959, che vede entrare in sala di incisione un quartetto guidato da un pianista ed un trombonista. Grazie all'idea estemporanea del produttore, Bob Brookmeyer viene invitato a sedersi al pianoforte e ne discende un percorso davvero ragguardevole. ...

The Ivory Hunters

Label: Toshiba EMI International
Released: 2007
Track listing: Honeysuckle Rose; As Time Goes By; Way You Look Tonight; It Could Happen to You; The Man I Love; I Got Rhythm.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Bill Evans and Bob Brookmeyer: The Ivory Hunters

Read "The Ivory Hunters" reviewed by Samuel Chell

Yes, that's Bob Brookmeyer the valve trombonist, and it's Bill Evans the pianist who, during the same year as this recording, would appear with Miles Davis on the fabled Kind of Blue session (Columbia, 1959). Some listeners will no doubt be familiar with the session, originally issued by United Artists under Brookmeyer's name and with the ...


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