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The Modern Red Norvo

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Red Norvo

Label: Savoy Jazz
Released: 2002
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Track Listing

Disc One 1. Congo Blues - Take C (master) 2. Congo Blues - Take B (alt) 3. Hallelujah - Take F (master) 4. Hallelujah - Take E (alt) 5. Slam Slam Blues - Take B (master) 6. Slam Slam Blues (alt) 7. Get Happy - Take D (master) 8. Get Happy - Take B (alt) 9. Swedish Pastry 10. Swedish Pastry - alt 11. Cheek to Cheek 12. Cheek to Cheek - alt. 13. Cheek to Cheek - Take 5 - alt., unissued 14. Night and Day 15. Night and Day - alt. 16. Time and Tide 17. Prelude to a Kiss 18. 'Deed I Do 19. Mood Indigo 20. Mood Indigo - alt, unissued Disc two 1. September Song 2. Move 3. I've Got You Under My Skin 4. I'll Remember April 5. I'll Remember April - LP master 6. I Get a Kick Out of You 7. I Can't Believe That You're in Love with Me 8. Little White Lies 9. Have You Met Miss Jones? 10. Zing! Went the Strings of My Heart 11. If I Had You - Take 4 12. If I had You - Take 2 13. This Can't Be Love - Take 3 14. This Can't Be Love - Take 1 15. This Can't Be Love - Take 2 16-19. God Child 20-21. I'm Yours

Personnel

Red Norvo
Red Norvo

vibraphone

Additional Personnel / Information

Red Norvo - vibes Dizzy Gillespie - trumpet Charlie Parker - alto sax Flip Phillips - tenor sax Teddy Wilson - piano Slam Stewart - bass J.C. Heard - drums Tal Farow - guitar Charles Mingus - bass


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