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Howard McGhee and Howard McGheeVolume 2

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Howard McGhee

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Released: 1999
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Howard McGee/Meciendo, Lo-Flame, Fluid Drive, I'll Remember April, Fuguetta, Donnellon Square, Lo-Flame (alt).Introducing the Kenny Drew Trio/Yesterdays, Stella By Starlight, Gloria, Be My Love, Lover Come Back to Me, Everything Happens to Me, It Might as Well be Spring, Drew's Blues, Yesterdays (alt), Everything Happens to Me (alt).

Howard McGee Volume 2/Jarm, Goodbye, Futurity, Shabozz, Tranquility, Ittapnna, Jarm (alt)Tal Farlow Quartet/Lover, Flamingo, Splash, Rock n, Rye, All Through The Night, Tina.

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Howard McGee/Howard McGhee: Trumpet; J.J. Johnson: Trombone, Brew Moore: Tenor Saxophone, Kenny Drew: Piano, Curly Russell: Bass, Max Roach: Drums.Introducing the Kenny Drew Trio/Kenny Drew: Piano, Curly Russell: Bass, Max Roach: Drums.

Howard McGee Volume 2/Howard McGhee: Trumpet; Gigi Gryce, Alto Saxophone; Tal Farlow: Guitar; Horace Silver: Piano; Percy Heath: Bass; Walter Bolden: Drums.Tal Farlow Quartet/Tal Farlow, Don Arnone: Guitars; Clyde Lombardi: Bass; Joe Morello: Drums.


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