Shorty Rogers

In Collaboration (FSR 2227)

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In Collaboration

Shorty Rogers

Jazzcity Series

8427328622271

ABS 113483

FSR 2227

JAZZ

1

In Collaboration

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CD 9,88 €

Shorty Rogers & André Previn (Feat. The Giants): Shorty Rogers (tp), Milt Bernhart (tb), Bud Shank (as, fl), Bob Cooper (ts), Jimmy Giuffre (bs), André Previn (p), Al Hendrikson (g), Joe Mondragon, Curtis Counce (b) & Shelly Manne (d).

Shorty Rogers & André Previn (Feat. The Giants and Betty Bennett): Shorty Rogers (tp), Frank Rosolino (tb), Harry Klee (as), André Previn (p), Barney Kessel (g), Ralph Peña (b), Shelly Manne, Irving Cottler (d) & Betty Bennett (vcl).

An outstanding album that presents two of the most celebrated and creative personalities of the Hollywood jazz and studio fields together. In the early Fifties, trumpeter, bandleader, composer and arranger Shorty Rogers was the head of the flourishing West Coast school of jazz, and André Previn was one of the most gifted pianists, conductors and composers of the scene; he wielded an awesome command of almost every kind of music. In addition to writing the challenging instrumental sides, they also wrote together the scores for André's wife Betty Bennett.

#1-12 originally released as "Collaboration" on RCA-Victor Records, #13 on "Lullaby of Birdland" on RCA and #14-21 on "Nobody Else But Me" (Atlantic).

TRACK LISTING:
Shorty Rogers & André Previn (Feat. The Giants): 1. Heat Wave, 2. Everything I've Got, 3. It Only Happens When I Dance With You, 4. You Stepped Out Of A Dream, 5. General Cluster, 6. 40º Below, 7. Claudia, 8. Some Antics, 9. It's Delovely, 10. Porterhouse, 11. You Do Something To Me, 12. Call For Cole, 13. Lullaby Of Birdland.
Recorded in Hollywood, September 1954.


Shorty Rogers & André Previn (Feat. The Giants and Betty Bennett):
14. You're Driving Me Crazy, 15. Tomorrow Mountain, 16. Treat Me Rough, 17. Mountain Greenery, 18. You Took Advantage Of Me, 19. Sidewalks Of Cuba, 20. My Man's Gone Now, 21. Island In The West Indies.
Recorded in Hollywood, October 1955.