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Masters Of Jazz: Clark Terry


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Media: CD
Artist: Clark Terry
Series: Masters Of Jazz
Catalogue #: STV1018505
This Item Earns 17 Musicroom Points

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This compilation includes three recordings (Clark Terry's Serenade To A Bus Seat, Thelonious Monk's Pannonica and Dizzy Gillespie's Ow) from a Paris recording session on 1959 featuring Clark Terry with three of his fellow musicians from the Duke Ellington orchestra (Paul Gonsalves, Jimmy Woods and Sam Woodyard), two sessions from the famous Montemartre Club in Copenhagen (from 1975 with Ernie Watkins and Horace Parlan and from 1980 with Jesper Thilo and Kenny Drew) and also tracks from e.j's in Atlanta, Georgia from 1981.

Incudes new liner notes by Chris Albertson.



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Customer Rating Somebody once said that if you think that jazz beyond the New Orleans- or Dixieland-type is unaccessible to the general listener, just let the person in question listen to a Clark Terry-record. Compiled from four Storyville releases, this one offers four fine tracks from 1959 (with Paul Gonsalves’ sensuous tenor a nice bonus) and six from a relaxed 1981 quartet live-session. And while the latter might not be ‘essential Terry’, he’s still one of the jazzmen who can at the same time be serious and make you smile.
One track featuring Danish tenor ace Jesper Thilo will most definitely leave you wanting to hear more of their co-operation.

Anon.


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Sales Rank: Not specified
Published on: 09/04/2013
Format: Recorded Performance
Length: Not specified
Language: English
Brand: Storyville Records

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