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East Coast Jazz, Vol. 8 (Original Recording - Remastered 2013)

Hal McKusick

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1.1
Taylor Made
Hal McKusick
3:11
1.2
You Don't Know What Love Is
Hal McKusick
3:30
1.3
They Can't Take That Away from Me
Hal McKusick
3:45
1.4
Lullaby for Leslie
Hal McKusick
4:29
1.5
Minor Matters
Hal McKusick
4:21
1.6
Blue-Who
Hal McKusick
3:55
1.7
By-Ian
Hal McKusick
4:14
1.8
What's New
Hal McKusick
4:35
1.9
Interwoven
Hal McKusick
2:55
1.10
Give 'Em Hal
Hal McKusick
3:43
Total Playing Time    38:38
"Hal could always be counted on to swing, lead a big-band reed section and deliver smooth solos ..." - JazzWax.com Sax and clarinet player Hal McKusick is accompanied by guitarist Barry Galbraith, bassist Milt Hinton and drummer Osie Johnson on this 1955 album that comprised volume eight in producer Creed Taylor's East Coast Jazz series. Most of the tunes on this album are originals contributed by the album's arranger Manny Albam.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Bethlehem Records Studio Masters

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