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Delicious scoops of Coleman Hawkins and Clark Terry, all again
As with Volume I, this volume also contains just delicious scoops of Coleman Hawkins and Clark Terry. Not to discount Zoot Simms, Roy Haines and the rest of the band members whom we get to enjoy on this album. I'll take this all day, any day, that I can hear it with this wonderful live performance energy in such great sound quality. I need both volumes! Very nicely transferred by HDTT.
Artist(s): Bass – Wendell Marshall
Drums – Roy Haynes, Sam Woodyard
Piano – George Wein - Gildo Mahones
Saxophone [Tenor] – Bud Freeman - Coleman Hawkins - Zoot Sims
Trombone – Al Grey
Trumpet – Clark Terry - Howard McGhee - Ruby Braff
Recording Info: Recorded at The Newport Jazz Festival 1963
Transferred from the original master tapes
Coleman Hawkins, Zoot Sims, Clark Terry
1. What is this thing called love
George Wein, Al Grey, Wendell Marshall, Ruby Braff
Bud Freeman, Roy Haynes
2. Tea for two
3. Exactly like you
4. You can depend on me
Sam Woodyard, Gildo Mahones, Clark Terry
5. Straight no chaser
6. In a mellow tone