Ted Nash

The Brothers Nash - Juntos (FSR 2229)

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The Brothers Nash - Juntos

Ted Nash

Jazzcity Series


ZZZ 113485

FSR 2229



The Brothers Nash - Juntos

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Ted & Dick Nash Quintet:
Ted Nash (as, ts, fl, piccolo), Dick Nash (tb), Tony Rizzi (g), Marty Corb, Rolly Bundock (b); Alvin Stoller (d) (#1-12).

Ted & Dick Nash Sextet:
Ted Nash (as, ts, ss, bars, fl, cl, piccolo), Dick Nash (tb), Tony Rizzi (g), Jimmy Rowles (p), Harry Babasin (b), Roy Harte (d) (#13-24).

The Nash brothers were born in Somerville, Massachusetts, but they were separated and brought up independently. Still, they found the same innate attraction for music and went about developing it. Ted's background on flute, piccolo, clarinet, and all the saxes, and Dick's full-bodied, exciting style on trombone, made them the perfect addition to any orchestra. You can hear why in these, their only recordings together, and a fitting tribute to their reunion. They are an homage to their extensive career in the big band jazz and popular fields, and a reminder of their constant work at the Hollywood recording studios.

Ted & Dick Nash Quintet:
1. Whim Wham , 2. South Of Brazil, 3. Passion Girl, 4. Taylor Talks, 5. Frantica, 6. Nightfall, 7. The Grabber, 8. Laurel, 9. Footloose, 10. Starlight, 11. Less Sand And More Cement, 12. Languid Latin.
Recorded at Capitol Studios, Hollywood, July 1954.
Originally released on Starlite Records.

Ted & Dick Nash Sextet:
13. I Remember You, 14. We'll Be Together Again, 15. Juntos, 16. Prelude To A Kiss, 17. The Bad And The Beautiful, 18. I Could Write A Book, 19. Back In Your Own Backyard, 20. For Heaven's Sake , 21. Cuban Verandah, 22. The Nearness Of You, 23. Night Soliloquy, 24. You Are Too Beautiful.
Recorded at Western Recorders, Hollywood, December 1, 1955 and April 6, 1956.
Originally released on Liberty Records.