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Lars Gullin
Swings

ATLANTIC JAPAN

The great, great Swedish baritone player in the manner of cool schoolers like Gerry Mulligan and Serge Chaloff, but with his own improvisatory touch, and dabs of Swedish folk in the late 1950s.




Ted Curson The New Thing And The Blue Thing
The trumpeter from Mingus Presents Mingus and Shepp's Fire Music stepping out in 1965 with Bill Barron and the under-rated pianist George Arvanitas. Frisk Reava's Waltz for Mingus.



Tony Fruscella
This 1955 date aka I'll Be Seeing You is the only full release by this brilliant bebop trumpeter who reminds everyone of Chet Baker. The wonderful Allen Eager's here, too. ('Best of the grey boys,' said Pres.)



Red Mitchell, Harold Land Hear Ye!!!! Hear Ye!!!!
Fruity, swinging, West Coast hard bop terrific Land, as usual with ace Carmell Jones, Frank Strazzeri and Leon Pettis in 1961. Two notable compositions from HL; and check Somara, by Carmell.



Duke Pearson Prairie Dog
Leading an octet, including Harold Vick and Johnny Coles, in 1966. True soul jazz, through and through. The opener briskly crosses Herbie and JC.



Frank Rosolino Turn Me Loose!
Frank was a fantastic trombonist but a bit of a headache as a singer. With Victor Feldman in 1961.











Art Farmer Sing Me Softly Of The Blues
With Steve Kuhn, Pete LaRoca and Steve Swallow in 1965.



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