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East Coast Jazz, Vol. 7 (Original Recording - Remastered 2013)

Kai Winding Quintet, J.J. Johnson

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1.1
Out of This World
Kai Winding; J.J. Johnson
2:25
1.2
Thou Swell
Kai Winding; J.J. Johnson
3:00
1.3
Lover
Kai Winding; J.J. Johnson
5:37
1.4
Lope City
Kai Winding; J.J. Johnson
3:36
1.5
Stolen Bass
Kai Winding; J.J. Johnson
2:58
1.6
It's Alright with Me
Kai Winding; J.J. Johnson
5:09
1.7
Mad About the Boy
Kai Winding; J.J. Johnson
3:35
1.8
Yes Sir, That's My Baby
Kai Winding; J.J. Johnson
4:11
1.9
That's How I Feel About You
Kai Winding; J.J. Johnson
4:03
1.10
Gong Rock
Kai Winding; J.J. Johnson
3:29
Total Playing Time    38:03
Trombonists Kai Winding and J.J. Johnson united in 1954 to form the short-lived two-trombone quintet featured on this seventh installment of the East Coast Jazz series. Joining the two trombonists on this session is a rhythm section consisting of Dick Katz on piano, Al Harewood on drums and Milt Hinton and Wendell Marshall sharing bass duties.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Bethlehem Records Studio Masters

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