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  1. Cool jazz meets swing on this valuable but long out-of-print LP. Valve trombonist Bob Brookmeyer, tenors Al Cohn and Paul Quinichette, pianist Nat Pierce, guitarist Jim Hall, bassist Addison Farmer and drummer Osie Johnson perform four songs associated with the late-'30s Count Basie Orchestra plus a couple of numbers ("A Blues" and "Travlin' Light") that are sung by the underrated vocalist Big 8/
  2. KANSAS CITY Seven / KANSAS CITY Five After Theatre Jump Six Cats and a Prince Lester Leaps Again Destination K.C. CHARLIE SHAVERS Quintet Featuring EARL HINES Mountain Air Curry In and Hurry Stardust Rosetta COLEMAN HAWKINS and His Sax Ensemble On the Sunny Side of the.
  3. On these two great sessions, Brookmeyer and friends revisit some old, swinging Kansas City sounds along with pleasant new tunes. Over-all, there is a wonderful rhythm and feeling replete with good solos that make for very rewarding listening.
  4. Dec 15,  · Bob Brookmeyer was long considered one of the top valve trombonists in jazz and a very advanced arranger whose writing was influenced by modern classical music. He started out as a pianist in dance bands Read Full Biography. Overview ↓ Biography ↓ Discography ↓ Songs ↓.
  5. Bob Brookmeyer Septet And Octet* Featuring Al Cohn, Zoot Sims, Harry Edison, Paul Quinichette, Hank Jones, Jim Hall, Freddie Green, Nat Pierce: Bob Brookmeyer Septet And Octet* Featuring Al Cohn, Zoot Sims, Harry Edison, Paul Quinichette, Hank Jones, Jim Hall, Freddie Green, Nat Pierce - Kansas City Sounds ‎ (CD, Album, Comp).
  6. Bob Brookmeyer has always been a man of strongly-held opinions and, after reading this interview from with Wayne Enstice and Paul Rubin from their Jazz Spoken Here: Conversations with 22 Musicians [New York: Da Capo Press, , pp. ], I’m sure you will agree that not much has changed in .
  7. This somewhat obscure session was reissued on LP by Columbia in Valve trombonist Bob Brookmeyer and tenor-great Stan Getz (who had played together regularly a decade prior) had a reunion for this date, performing five standards and three Brookmeyer originals. The young rhythm section (pianist Herbie Hancock, vibraphonist Gary Burton, bassist Ron Carter, and drummer Elvin Jones) .
  8. Bob Brookmeyer Septet And Octet* Featuring Al Cohn, Zoot Sims, Harry Edison, Paul Quinichette, Hank Jones, Jim Hall, Freddie Green, Nat Pierce ‎– Kansas City Sounds レーベル: Fresh Sound Records ‎– FSR-CD

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