The Complete Whitey Mitchell Sessions
Lone Hill Jazz
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2 Albums on 1 CD
This particular release features TWO rare 1956 studio sessions of Steve Lacy during the early stages of his legendary career. The personnel in both sessions its very similar in a sextet or quintet format featuring Lacy himself on soprano sax plus Whitey Mitchell on bass, Joe Puma on guitar and Tom Stewart on tenor horn, with Osie Johnson or Al Levitt on drums and Dave McKenna on piano or Herbie Mann on flute and tenor sax. The arrangements are by Neal Hefti on the first session.
It Could Happen to You / Lover Man Strike Up the Band / I Let a Song Go Out of My Heart / Once In a While / Young Lesley/ You Stepped Out of a Dream / Over the Rainbow / Perdido/ Why Don’t You Take Up the Piccolo?/ Rosetta / Gee, Baby, Ain’t I Good to You / Out of Nowhere / My Heart Is a Hobo / Fidgety Feet / Potatoes / Let’s Get Lost / Spain / The Things I Love/ Some of These Days / Give Me the Simple Life / Indian Blanket