Manhattan Jazz Septette
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Includes for the first time ever on CD: "The Manhattan Jazz Septette" (Coral LP, 1956) plus as a bonus, there is another complete album, this time under the name of Barry Galbraith and his Orchestra: "Guitar and the Wind", including many of the same musicians and a similar musical concept. This bonus album was recorded two years after the Manhattan Jazz Septette session and also includes brilliant saxophonist Bobby Jaspar and bassist Milt Hinton instead of Pettiford.
Tracks 1-12: "The Manhattan Jazz Septette": Personnel: Urbie Green (tb), Hal McKusick (as), Herbie Mann (fl, ts), Eddie Costa (p, vib), Barry Galbraith (g), Oscar Pettiford (b), Osie Johnson (d), Manny Albam (arr).
Recorded in studio, New York, June 7, 1956.
Tracks: 1. King Porter Stomp, 2. Never Never Land, 3. Like Listen, 4. Since When, 5. Love Of My Live, 6. Rapid Transit, 7. Flute Cocktail, 8. At Bat For K.C., 9. Do You Know What It Means To Miss New Orleans?, 10. My Shining Hour, 11. Thou Svelt, 12. There'll Never Be Another You.
Bonus Tracks 13-24: "Guitar & The Wind": Personnel: Urbie Green (tb), Bobby Jaspar (fl, ts), Eddie Costa (p, vib), Barry Galbraith (g), Milt Hinton (b), Osie Johnson (d). Billy Byers & Al Cohn (arr). Recorded in New York, January 16, 21 & 28, 1958.
Tracks: 13. Bull Market, 14. Portrait Of Jennie, 15. Judy's Jaunt, 16. Nina Never Knew, 17. Walking (Down), 18. A Gal In Calico, 19. I Like To Recognize The Tune, 20. Any Place I Hang My Hat, 21. Love Is For The Very Young, 22. Holiday, 23. Ya' Gotta Have Rhythm, 24. What Am I Here For?
Total Time: 71:11 mins.