Clifford Brown (Jazz) Memorial CD

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Clifford Brown (Jazz) Memorial CD. Personnel: Clifford Brown (trumpet); Arne Domnerus, Gigi Gryce (alto saxophone); Benny Golson (tenor saxophone); Lars Gullin, Oscar Estell (baritone saxophone); Idrees Sulieman, Art Farmer (trumpet); Herb Mullins, Ake Persson (trombone); Tadd Dameron, Bent Hallberg (piano); Gunnar Johnson, Percy Heath (bass); Philly Joe Jones, Jack Noren (drums).
Engineers include: Doug Hawkins.
Recorded in New York, New York on June 11, 1953; Stockholm, Sweden on September 15, 1953. Originally released on LP on Prestige (7055). Includes liner notes by Ira Gitler.
Digitally remastered by Joe Tarantino (Fantasy Studios, Berkeley, California).
Personnel: Clifford Brown (trumpet); Gigi Gryce, Arne Domnérus (alto saxophone); Benny Golson (tenor saxophone); Oscar Estelle, Lars Gullin (baritone saxophone); Idrees Sulieman, Art Farmer (trumpet); Ake Persson (trombone); Tadd Dameron, Bengt Hallberg (piano); Jack Noren, Philly Joe Jones (drums).
Liner Note Author: Ira Gitler.
Recording information: New York, NY (06/11/1953-09/15/1953); Stockholm, Sweden (06/11/1953-09/15/1953).
Trumpeter Clifford Brown is heard here in two unusual and unrelated sessions. On four selections, Brown is featured with arranger/pianist Tadd Dameron's Orchestra; other soloists include Benny Golson on tenor and altoist Gigi Gryce. The other date was recorded in Sweden while Brown was touring with Lionel Hampton & His Orchestra. Clifford Brown and fellow trumpeter Art Farmer play four Dameron arrangements with a Swedish group that includes altoist Arne Domnerus, baritonist Lars Gullin, and pianist Bengt Hallberg. Oscar Hammerstein II & Sigmund Romberg's "Lover Come Back to Me" really cooks and Brown and Farmer get to trade off in exciting fashion during Quincy Jones' "'Scuse These Blues." ~ Scott Yanow

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