℗ 2013 Blue Note Records
Duration 26m 14s
Record Label Blue Note (BLU)
Release Date January 1, 1952
Genre Jazz

The Amazing Bud Powell

Bud Powell

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It Could Happen To You
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You Go To My Head
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Bouncin' With Bud
Bud Powell
Duration    26m 14s
"... among the pianist's most important recordings ... (they) sound better than ever before ... a must for any serious jazz listener ... " - All About Jazz "... captured the magic and arguably represents some of Powell's best work as a soloist and as a composer." - Jazz.com Providing a healthy dose of pianist Bud Powell at his best, this classic album combines sessions recorded in 1949 and 1951 with two different lineups. Trumpeter Fats Navarro and tenor saxophonist Sonny Rollins appear on the four tunes Powell recorded with a quintet in 1949. The other four songs, taken from the 1951 session, feature bassist Curly Russell and Max Roach on drums.
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