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Founded in 1977 by Lionel Hampton, the Who's Who in Jazz label existed as a means to present to the world the best musicians that the jazz world had to offer. With Lionel chairing the recording sessions (and also featuring on several of the sessions himself), these recordings have truly earned their title featuring jazz greats such as Buddy Rich, Charles Mingus, Terumasa Hino, Sonny Stitt, Teddy Wilson, Stéphane Grappelli and Dave Brubeck, amidst the many others. Recorded live at the Warsaw Jazz Festival October 24th, 1991, Bryson invites Jeff Chambers (bass), Ralph Penland (drums) and Ronnie Mathews (piano) to showcase some truly stellar performances of classic compositions including 'One Note Samba', 'Body and Soul' and 'You'd Be So Nice To Come Home To'.
Founded in 1977 by Lionel Hampton, the Who's Who in Jazz label existed as a means to present to the world the best musicians that the jazz world had to offer. With Lionel chairing the recording sessions (and also featuring on several of the sessions himself), these recordings have truly earned their title featuring jazz greats such as Buddy Rich, Charles Mingus, Terumasa Hino, Sonny Stitt, Teddy Wilson, Stéphane Grappelli and Dave Brubeck, amidst the many others. Recorded live at the Warsaw Jazz Festival October 24th, 1991, Bryson invites Jeff Chambers (bass), Ralph Penland (drums) and Ronnie Mathews (piano) to showcase some truly stellar performances of classic compositions including 'One Note Samba', 'Body and Soul' and 'You'd Be So Nice To Come Home To'.
730167321365

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Format: CD
Label: Good Time
Rel. Date: 09/21/2021
UPC: 730167321365

Live at Warsaw Jazz Jamboree 1991
Artist: Jeanie Bryson
Format: CD
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Founded in 1977 by Lionel Hampton, the Who's Who in Jazz label existed as a means to present to the world the best musicians that the jazz world had to offer. With Lionel chairing the recording sessions (and also featuring on several of the sessions himself), these recordings have truly earned their title featuring jazz greats such as Buddy Rich, Charles Mingus, Terumasa Hino, Sonny Stitt, Teddy Wilson, Stéphane Grappelli and Dave Brubeck, amidst the many others. Recorded live at the Warsaw Jazz Festival October 24th, 1991, Bryson invites Jeff Chambers (bass), Ralph Penland (drums) and Ronnie Mathews (piano) to showcase some truly stellar performances of classic compositions including 'One Note Samba', 'Body and Soul' and 'You'd Be So Nice To Come Home To'.

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