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What Is There To Say - The Gerry Mulligan Quartet* - My Funny Valentine 1958-1962 (Vinyl, LP)


Download What Is There To Say - The Gerry Mulligan Quartet* - My Funny Valentine 1958-1962 (Vinyl, LP)
1974
Label: CBS - CBS 88041,CBS - S 88041 • Format: 2x, Vinyl LP, Compilation, Reissue • Country: Europe • Genre: Jazz • Style: Cool Jazz


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  1. Oct 15,  · My Funny Valentine, slow and reflective, shows how Farmer's trumpet with just a little fingerings and breathing offers a voice, unspoken, while Gerry's reed and pads combine to weave in to a lament, while plucked bass strings and delicately inserted high hat, an ever so subtle brush on the snare, with a soft bass drum to close out take a /5().
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  2. Label: Columbia Odyssey - 32 16 ,Odyssey - 32 16 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Stereo • Country: US • Genre: Jazz • Style: Bop/5(14).
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  3. Among his finest artistic achievements are recordings of Mulligan's piano-less quartet (i.e., baritone sax, trumpet, bass, and drums), the best known of which are those with Chet Baker on trumpet; however, this near-perfect album, WHAT IS THERE TO SAY, recorded in , features Mulligan not with the iconic Baker, but with the greatly underrated Art Farmer on trumpet, performing at or near the top of /5(55).
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  4. My Funny Valentine, slow and reflective, shows how Farmer's trumpet with just a little fingerings and breathing offers a voice, unspoken, while Gerry's reed and pads combine to weave in to a lament, while plucked bass strings and delicately inserted high hat, an ever so subtle brush on the snare, with a soft bass drum to close out take a /5(66).
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  5. Among his finest artistic achievements are recordings of Mulligan's piano-less quartet (i.e., baritone sax, trumpet, bass, and drums), the best known of which are those with Chet Baker on trumpet; however, this near-perfect album, WHAT IS THERE TO SAY, recorded in , features Mulligan not with the iconic Baker, but with the greatly underrated Art Farmer on trumpet, performing at or near the top of /5(63).
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  6. Label: CBS - CBS ,CBS - S • Format: 2x, Vinyl LP, Compilation, Reissue • Country: Europe • Genre: Jazz • Style: Cool Jazz The Gerry Mulligan Quartet* - My Funny Valentine (, Vinyl) | Discogs.
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  7. Recorded over several days in and , "What Is There To Say?" is one of the finest Cool Jazz records you'll ever hear. Teaming up as a quartet, baritone sax-player Mulligan and co. play 8 tunes, featuring Art Farmer on trumpet, Bill Crow on bass and Dave Bailey on drums.
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  8. Gerry Mulligan, Art Farmer, Bill Crow, Dave Bailey, The Gerry Mulligan Quartet - The Gerry Mulligan Quartet: What Is There To Say? ( Jazz Odyssey Reissue) [Vinyl LP] [Stereo] - devitedumpwooca.lebenaburscorveseastaivicktencamer.co Music.
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