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Sam Most Plays Bird, Bud, Monk & Miles

Sam Most

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1
Strictly Confidential
Sam Most Orchestra; Sam Most
5:23
2
Half Nelson
Sam Most Sextet
3:40
3
'Round Midnight
Sam Most Orchestra; Sam Most
5:30
4
In Walked Bud
Sam Most Sextet
3:54
5
Serpent's Tooth
Sam Most Orchestra; Sam Most
6:02
6
Celia
Sam Most Sextet
3:43
7
Confirmation
Sam Most Sextet
4:09
8
Blue Bird
Sam Most Orchestra; Sam Most
7:34
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    39:55
"... shows off his enormous talent playing bebop clarinet ..."
- JazzWax.com

Sam Most switches from his usual instrument, the flute, to the clarinet on this 1957 album that pays tribute to the songs of Charlie Parker, Bud Powell, Thelonious Monk and Miles Davis. The eight songs here are divided into two sessions: one featuring Most leading a 16-piece orchestra and another with Most backed by a sextet. Both bands were made up of a combination of East Coast musicians.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM - Bethlehem Records Studio Masters

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