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Pete Fountain - The Blues
An excellent quality version of this album. Very low noise and very good stereo separation. A classic sixties analog tape sound. Pete Fountain is in fine form and the orchestra backing complements his playing.
Delightful big band jazz in great sound
Not the "deepest" or" most profound" offering in the HDTT catalog, but it is one of the most enjoyable. Good quality big-band jazz of the old-fashioned kind, played about perfectly by Fountain and his people. And the HDTT DXD sound! Gotta love it!
Artist(s): Clarinetist - Pete Fountain
Bass – Morty Corb
Drums – Jack Sperling
Piano – Stan Wrightsman
Reeds – Babe Russin, Eddie Miller, Matty Matlock, Russ Cheever, Wilber Schwartz, William Ulyate
Trombone – William Schaefer, Harold Diner, Moe Schneider, Peter Lofthouse
Trumpet – Art Depew, Conrad Gozzo, Jackie Coon, John Best, Mannie Klein, Ray Linn, Shorty Sherock
Recording Info: Released by Coral 1959
Directed By – Charles Bud Dant
1 St. Louis Blues 3:07
2 Blue Fountain 3:51
3 Columbus Stockade Blues 3:22
4 Aunt Hagar's Blues 2:39
5 Lonesome Road 2:56
6 The Memphis Blues 2:51
7 My Inspiration 3:08
8 Wang Wang Blues 3:08
9 Beale Street Blues 2:45
10 Wabash Blues 2:48
11 Five Point Blues 3:41
12 Bayou Blues 2:53