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Sincerely, Conti (Remastered 2014)

Conte Candoli

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"For his bright and vivid sound, fertility of ideas and immense technical assurance, Candoli was a legend among trumpeters worldwide ..."
- The Guardian

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Fine And Dandy
Conte Candoli
Night Flight
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I Can't Get Started
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On The Alamo
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Tune For Tex
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They Can't Take That Away from Me
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Everything Happens To Me
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I'll Remember April
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Total Playing Time    23:24
"... Condoli romps through a set of eight classic jazz compositions and standards from the Great American Songbook that highlights his bop chops and sweet tone ... for jazz fans and music lovers in general, Sincerely, Conti is a gift to cherish. An absolutely fine jazz album ..."
- Seattle Post-Intelligencer

Trumpeter Conte Candoli recorded this 1954 session of jazz classics and standards in Los Angeles with his quartet consisting of pianist Claude Williamson, drummer Stan Levey and bassist Max Bennett. Candoli leaves his musicians lots of space for soloing; at the same time he doesn't miss any opportunity to show off his own bop trumpet talent.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM - Bethlehem Records Studio Masters

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