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Big Band Soul

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Gene Harris

Label: Concord Music Group
Released: 2002
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Track Listing

Disc 1 (Live at Town Hall, NYC) -- The Surrey with the Fringe on Top; Creme de Menthe; When It's Sleepy Time Down South; Our Love Is Here to Stay; I'm Just a Lucky So-and-So; Serious Grease; Like a Lover; Old Man River; Do You Know What It Means to Miss New Orleans; Porgy and Bess medley (Strawberry Woman, I Loves You Porgy, It Ain't Necessarily So); You're My Everything; There Is No Greater Love; Things Ain't What They Used to Be (65:32). Disc 2 (World Tour 1990) -- Air Mail Special; Lonely Bottles; A Child Is Born; Buhaina Buhaina; Don't Get Around Much Anymore; Lover; In the Wee Small Hours of the Morning; Tricotism; Centerpiece; Dear Blues; Nica's Dream; Girl Talk; Battle Royal; Warm Valley (61:14).

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Disc 1 -- Gene Harris, leader, piano; Jerry Dodgion, Frank Wess, alto sax, flute; James Moody, tenor sax, flute, clarinet; Ralph Moore, tenor sax; Gary Smulyan, baritone sax; Johnny Coles, Harry "Sweets" Edison, Michael Philip Mossman, Joe Mosello, trumpet; Urbie Green, James Morrison, Eddie Bert, trombone; Paul Faulise, bass trombone; Herb Ellis, guitar; Ray Brown, bass; Jeff Hamilton, drums. Disc 2 -- Jeff Clayton, alto sax, flute replaces Wess; Plas Johnson, tenor sax, flute replaces Moody; Morrison, trumpet, flugelhorn, Glenn Drewes, trumpet replace Coles, Mossman; George Bohannon, Robin Eubanks, trombone replace Morrison, Bert; Kenny Burrell, guitar replaces Ellis; Harold Jones, drums replaces Hamilton.


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