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Bluesology: The Atlantic Years 1956-1988

Bluesology: The Atlantic Years 1956-1988 by Modern Jazz Quartet buy album

Modern Jazz Quartet

Label: Warner Bros.
Released: 2009
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Track Listing

Tracks: CD1: Bluesology; The Golden Striker; Bags' Groove; Da Capo; Vendome; Django; England's Carol; Lonely Woman; Animal Dance; The Sheriff; Bachianas Brasileiras; Walkin' Stomp; Precious Joy; For Ellington. CD2: A Fugue For Music Inn; Fun; Night In Tunisia; I Remember Clifford; Midsommer; Winter

Personnel

Modern Jazz Quartet
Modern Jazz Quartet

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Additional Personnel / Information

Personnel: Milt Jackson: vibraphone; John Lewis: piano, harpsichord (CD1#13); Percy Heath: bass; Connie Kay: drums; Jimmy Giuffre: clarinet (CD1#4, CD2#1, CD2#2); Jim Hall: guitar (CD1#4); Ralph Pena: bass (CD1#4); Sonny Rollins: tenor saxophone (CD2#3); orchestra conducted by Gunther Schuller (CD1#7); Joe Newman: trumpet (CD2#10); Snooky Young: trumpet (CD2#10); Garnett Brown: trombone (CD2#10); Jimmy Buffington: French horn (CD2#10); Don Butterfield: tuba (CD2#10).


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