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Journeys In Modern Jazz: Britain (1965-1972)

Journeys In Modern Jazz: Britain (1965-1972)

Label: Decca Music Group
Released: 2021
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Track Listing

Ken Wheeler And The John Dankworth Orchestra: Don The Dreamer; Don Rendell Quintet: A Matter Of Time; Collin Bates Trio: Brew; John Surman, John Warren: With Terry’s Help; Michael Garrick Sextet: Second Coming; Mike Westbrook Concert Band: Waltz (For Joanna); Stan Tracey And His Big Band: Matinee Days; Harry Beckett: Third Road; Neil Ardley, Ian Carr, Don Rendell: Greek Variations Kriti (edit); The New Jazz Orchestra: Angle; Alan Skidmore Quintet: Old San Juan; Dick Morrissey Quartet: Storm Warning; Mike Taylor Quartet: To Segovia; Michael Gibbs: Some Echoes, Some Shadows.



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