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(June 22, 2016): Gerry Mulligan - I'm Gonna Go Fishin'

From the 2006 2CD, “Live at the Olympia, Paris 1960.” Mulligan’s first take on this tune appeared on his first studio release with the Concert Jazz Band in 1960 — big-band music for a thirteen-piece concert jazz band. 104 more words


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About Gerry Mulligan, I’m not going to write.

However, JazzWax posted last conversation with Mulligan.

Elliot Lawrence said:
”In the mid-1990s, my phone rang at 3 a.m. 136 more words


Elliot Lawrence(3)

Then in 1941 he auditioned for the University of Pennsylvania’s music school.

When he was in college in the early 1940s, the band business was starting to quiet down. 156 more words


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Recently I purchased rare jazz records.

The leader’s name of this record is Elliot Lawrence.

He was born February 14, 1925 in Philadelphia.

Fortunately he is alive and still healthy. 70 more words


In fact, I heard Bird first, and had got well into listening to him. You know, it’s the kind of accidental thing that awareness of a player is: what’s available, what somebody happens to play for you. 7 more words

Gerry Mulligan

We get it, Keith Jarrett is great

Keith Jarrett came on my Pandora this morning and as usual I loved his playing. The song ended – I think it was a Gerry Mulligan tune – and it must have been the last song of the concert because the audience went crazy, clapping whistling, who knows, maybe they even took off their clothes a la Woodstock. 48 more words