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All That Jazz, Vol. 75: Hank Jones "We're All Together" (Remastered 2016)

Hank Jones, Kenny Clarke, Wendell Marshall, Nat Adderley, Jerome Richardson

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1
We Could Make Such Beautiful Music Together
Hank Jones
4:52
2
Porky
Hank Jones
5:14
3
Odd Number
Hank Jones
4:32
4
When Hearts Are Young
Hank Jones
4:16
5
Kuzzin's Buzzin'
Hank Jones
5:08
6
Now's the Time
Hank Jones
3:31
7
Ann Springs
Hank Jones
6:15
8
We're All Together
Hank Jones
4:09
9
I Married an Angel
Hank Jones
4:30
10
There's a Small Hotel
Hank Jones
8:14
11
My Funny Valentine
Hank Jones
5:52
12
You Better Go Now
Hank Jones
5:59
13
Cyrano
Hank Jones
5:17
14
Big "E"
Hank Jones
10:39
Total Playing Time    78:28
At the heart of this remastered reissue is a 1955 session from pianist Hank Jones simply entitled The Trio, featuring bassist Wendell Marshall and drummer Kenny Clarke. Those tracks are interspersed with six songs Jones and his trio recorded that same year for jazz cornetist Nat Adderley's debut album That's Nat.
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Jube Legends Studio Masters

Tracks 1 - 14 – contains monophonic material - i.e., both channels are identical

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