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Hackett and Condon to Hamilton and Moss

A selection of the best in jazz music.

A wide range of superb jazz which ranges from Bobby Hackett and Eddie Condon in 1944 to Scott Hamilton and Danny Moss recorded just four years ago. Also there's Artie Shaw featured with a small group and recordings which, is well documented, pleased Mr Shaw greatly. Included in the wide range there are also a couple of outings for Zoot Sims, one for Harry Gold who came to the Upton Jazz Festival during the eighties but plays here, recorded on a visit to East Germany in 1984. There's a sample of a jazz party from 1971 and, right up todate, a smaple of the Ed Puddick big band with music from Guys and Dolls.

2 hours

Music Played

  • Gerry Mulligan

    Decidedly

  • Zoot Sims

    Where You At?

  • Harry Gold

    Davenport Blues

  • Ben Webster

    Autumn Leaves

  • Stuff Smith

    I Can't Get Started

  • John Coltrane

    Wells Fargo

  • Ruth Brown

    Bye Bye Blackbird

  • Booker Ervin

    Boo

  • Ross Tompkins

    Emily

  • Zoot Sims

    My Funny Valentine

  • Daryl Sherman

    It's Kind Of Lonesome Out Tonight

  • Artie Shaw

    Yesterdays

  • Bobby Hackett

    Village Blues

  • Mezz Mezzrow

    Mutiny In The Parlour

  • Ed Puddick

    Fugue For Tinhorns

  • Biréli Lagrène

    Sweet Georgia Brown

  • Sister Rosetta Tharpe

    Up Above My Head I Hear Music In The Air

  • Vic Lewis

    Duo

  • Scott Hamilton

    A Smooth One