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While At Birdland (Remastered 2014)

Pat Moran Quartet

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1
Thou Swell
Pat Moran Quartet
2:46
2
Have You Met Miss Jones
Pat Moran Quartet
2:31
3
Lover Man
Pat Moran Quartet
4:07
4
Jor-Du
Pat Moran Quartet
3:43
5
It Never Entered My Mind
Pat Moran Quartet
3:11
6
Come Rain Or Come Shine
Pat Moran Quartet
3:20
7
I'll Be Around
Pat Moran Quartet
2:55
8
Just Squeeze Me
Pat Moran Quartet
3:29
9
I Can't Get Started
Pat Moran Quartet
3:08
10
Lullaby Of The Leaves
Pat Moran Quartet
3:13
11
I'll Remember April
Pat Moran Quartet
4:13
12
Mother Macree
Pat Moran Quartet
2:32
Total Playing Time    39:08
While At Birdland, recorded in 1957, was only one of two albums Pat Moran made for Bethlehem. The session features a large ensemble with a front line accompanying Beverly Kelly and the rhythm section members on vocals. Pat Moran leads the rhythm section on piano and backing vocals with John Doling on bass and vocals and Johnny Whited on drums and vocals. Oscar Pettiford plays bass on some of the tracks here.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Bethlehem Records Studio Masters

Tracks 6, 7 – 44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM

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