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  1. Group Therapy (released on CD as Art Farmer's New York Jazz Sextet) is an album by Art Farmer's New York Jazz Sextet recorded in 19and originally released on .
  2. From left to right: Toni Blodgett, Doug Rhodes, Joey Smith, Mike Broadley, Tom Ackerman and Don Leppard perform at Hermann’s Jazz Club. Jazz sextet continues to groove.
  3. Funky Straight*** As recorded by Derrick Gardner & The Jazz Prophets on the Owl Studios release “A Ride To The Other Side” (OWL). This original composition has a funky straight eighth feel in the same manner as my composition “Slim Goodie” (from my Impact jazz release of the same name), Miles Davis’ “Eighty One” or Herbie Hancock’s “Blind Man, Blind Man.”.
  4. The Modern Jazz Sextet is a jazz album featuring the combined talents of Dizzy Gillespie, Sonny Stitt, John Lewis, Percy Heath, Skeeter Best and Charlie Persip. The album was conceived by producer Norman Granz for his own label, Norgran Records. Although no single album artist is credited as a bandleader for this album, Verve Records - which owns the Norgran catalogue - files it as a Dizzy.
  5. Dec 19,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Sexiest Ladies of Jazz double album (4 hours of sultry jazz vocals) YouTube Bossa Nova Covers - Cool Music - .
  6. Jazz Hot was published in March in Paris on one page in the back of a program for a Coleman Hawkins concert at the Salle Pleyel on February 21, At its inception, Jazz Hot was the official magazine of the Hot Club of France, an organization founded in January by Panassié as President and Pierre Nourry as Secretary General.
  7. Explore releases from the Peer International Library Limited label. Discover what's missing in your discography and shop for Peer International Library Limited releases.
  8. Jazz, Sexiest Ladies – Volumes 1&2 continue in that tradition. Each of the volumes arrived as a 3-disc set. Upon receipt I wondered if I should have ordered just one volume. Now that I’ve heard all six discs I’m glad I purchased both volumes. Rock and Roll goes jazz /5(17).

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