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La plus que lente (Gerry Mulligan/Gil Evans)

as performed by the Gerry Mulligan Sextet, 1956
JSC-008 — Score and parts for trumpet, trombone, tenor & baritone saxophones, bass and drums  – 30€ 74 more words
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On this day in jazz (November 24)

On this day in 1974, trumpeter Chet Baker and baritone saxophonist Gerry Mulligan reunited for a concert at Carnegie Hall. Joining the duo was a rhythm section of Bob James on pianos, Dave Samuels on vibes, Ron Carter on bass and Harvey Mason on drums. 129 more words


On this day in jazz (October 27)

On this day in 1961, trumpter/flugelhornist Art Farmer completed recording of the album “Perception”. This was the first album upon which Art only played flugelhorn. Joining Art on this work were a rhythm section consisting of Harold Mabern on piano, Tommy Williams on bass and Roy McCurdy on drums. 170 more words


On this day in jazz (September 12)

On this day in 1963, baritone saxophonist Gerry Mulligan began recording the album Night Lights. The album includes several other great jazz musicians who had played with Gerry earlier in their careers: trombonist… 67 more words


On this day in jazz (August 15)

On this day in 1958, Mose Allison recorded “Creek Bank” at Rudy Van Gelder’s studio in Hackensack, NJ. Mose was born in Tippo, MS on his grandfather’s farm. 310 more words


On this day in jazz (August 13)

On this day in 1957, Gerry Mulligan and Thelonious Monk completed recording “Mulligan Meets Monk”. Typically, you wouldn’t think of the mellow west coast style of Mulligan blending well with the driving east coast style of Monk. 111 more words