This Is How I Feel About Jazz
Lone Hill Jazz
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This outstanding edition contains two of Quincy Jones' first LPs (in their complete form) as a leader, presented here together for the first time ever on one single CD.
Includes the complete album "This Is How I Feel About Jazz" (tracks 1-6 recorded in September 1956 for the ABC/Paramount label).
Personnel: Quincy Jones and his orchestra, including Art Farmer, Harry Edison (tp), Jimmy Cleveland, Urbie Green (tb), Phil Woods, Charlie Mariano (as), Lucky Thompson, Zoot Sims, Buddy Collette (ts), Pepper Adams (bs), Jerome Richardson (fl, ts), Hank Jones, Lou Levy, Carl Perkins (p), Paul Chambers, Charles Mingus, Red Mitchell, Leroy Vinnegar (b), Shelly Manne, Mel Lewis, Charlie Persip (d).
Tracks: 1 Walkin', 2. Stockholm Sweetnin', 3. Evening In Paris, 4. Sermonette, 5. A Sleepin' Bee, 6. Boo's Blues.
Also included here are 9 tracks that made up the complete album "Go West, Man!" (tracks 7-15 recorded in February 1957 for the ABC/Paramount label). in which the orchestra was divided up into sets in which either the trumpeters, alto saxes or the tenor saxes would enjoy the spotlight.
Personnel: Quincy Jones and his orchestra, including Art Pepper, Benny Carter, Herb Geller, Charlie Mariano (as), Harry Edison, Conte & Pete Candoli, Jack Sheldon (tp), Bill PErkins, Buddy Collette, Walter Benton, Pepper Adams (ts), Carl Perkins, Lou Levy (p), Leroy Vinnegar, Rd Mitchell (b), Mel Lewis, Shelly Manne (d).
Tracks: 7. Dancin' Pants, 8. Blues Day, 9. Bright Moon, 10. No Bones At All, 11. The Oom Is Blues, 12. Be My Guest, 13. Medley: What's New / We'll Be Together Again / Time On My Hands / You Go To My Head / Laura, 14. London Derriere, 15. Kings Road Blues.
Total time: 79:00 mins.