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Richie Kamuca Octet The Things We Did Last Summer 1959

Richie Kamuca Octet The Things We Did Last Summer 1959

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Richie Kamuca Octet - The Things We Did Last Summer

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In view of how little tenor saxophonist Richie Kamuca [1930-1977] recorded under his own name over the years, I was immensely fortunate to hear him play in ...

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Richie Kamuca Octet - The Things We Did Last Summer (1959) Personnel: Conte Candoli, Ed Leddy (trumpet), Frank Rosolino (trombone), Richie Kamuca …

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Richie Kamuca Octet - The Things We Did Last Summer (1959) Personnel: Conte Candoli, Ed Leddy (trumpet), Frank Rosolino (trombone), Richie Kamuca …

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Earlier that year Maynard Ferguson recorded the first of many albums for Mercury records' subsidiary label, Emarcy. This was an octet session with Maynard ...

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On the show this Thursday we'll engage in a telephone conversation with the jazz

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As for Paul, he did publish one chapter of what might have become the book. It was an account in the British humor magazine Punch of the quartet's ...

In 1962, during what was then called "Easter Week" [April], I was the drummer in a quintet that won the Intercollegiate Jazz Festival which was held ...

As one who lauded the group loudly at initial hearings, I'm just wondering. Anyone for reflection? [Down Beat May 19, 1954 , p. 16]

This was the group booked into the San Francisco 's Blackhawk for a two-week stand in September 1959. With the exception of Feldman, they had been working ...

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In some pieces, Tjader's quick reflexes and athletic ability were needed when he was called on to switch from vibes to drums in the split second between ...

We lucked out, as you always do when you are doing something like this. Players from the LA Symphony volunteered, wanted to be part of this.

"I had the middle part kind of vaguely in mind. I thought, 'We could do this, but then we'd have to modulate again, and we're already playing in 5/4 and six ...

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And after a Paris concert in that same month, Jacques B. Hess of Le Monde wrote:

Once again Les Koenig had come through and set up a date with musicians who matched Art's standards.

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John Coltrane was the best-known; he had played with Dizzy Gillespie's big band in the late 1940s, and had been a sideman with two of the biggest names in ...

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... the quintet recorded swinging versions of 'Stompin' at the Savoy ' and ' I Get a Kick Out of You', and the rhythm section taped a trio version of 'I'll ...

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A double LP released in 1976 of his first 2 albums for Roulette. The 2nd album from 1960 will follow shortly. I'll just say that I really am digging this a ...

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The guy sitting next to me, first alto, said, 'Man, nice to have you around...' That's how I was hired into the studios. [Ibid]. Things were ...

In 1959, Yusef Lateef began using the oboe in his recording sessions and on live dates. This album marks that occasion, and is thus a turning point in an ...

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