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Trio & Quintet Recordings With Ray Crawford

Trio & Quintet Recordings With Ray Crawford by Ahmad Jamal buy album

Ahmad Jamal

Label: Cherry Red Records
Released: 2019
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Track Listing

CD1: New Rhumba; A Foggy Day; All Of You; It Ain’t Necessarily So; I Don’t Wanna Be Kissed; I Get A Kick Out Of You; Jeff; Darn That Dream; Spring Is Here; Perfidia; Love For Sale; Rica Pulpa; Autumn Leaves; Squeeze Me; Black Beauty; The Donkey Serenade; Don’t Blame Me; They Can’t Take That Away From Me; New Rhumba.CD2: Old Devil Moon; Ahmad’s Blues; Poinciana; Billy Boy; Will You Still Be Mine; Pavanne; Crazy He Calls Me; The Surrey With The Fringe On Top; Aki And Ukthay; Slaughter On Tenth Avenue; A Gal In Calico; It’s Easy To Remember; Ahmad’s Waltz; Valentina; Yesterdays; Tempo For Two; Halleljah; It’s A Wonderful World; Baia; You Came A Long Way From St Louis; Lover Man; Who Cares; Joy Spring.

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Additional Personnel / Information

Ahmad Jamal: piano (1: 1-19, 2: 1-22); Ray Crawford: guitar (1: 1-19, 2: 1-23); Israel Crosby: bass (1: 1-19, 2: 13-22); Eddie Calhoun: bass (2: 1-12); Joe Kennedy: violin (2: 13-22); Vernel Fournier: drums (2: 13-22); Miles Davis (trumpet) with the Gil Evans Orchestra (1: 20); The Gil Evans Orchestra (2: 23).


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