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Street Of Dreams

Grant Green

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I Wish You Love
Grant Green; Albert A. Beach; Charles Trenet
Lazy Afternoon
Grant Green; John LaTouche; Jerome Moross
Street Of Dreams
Grant Green; Sam M. Lewis; Victor P. Young
Somewhere In The Night
Grant Green; Josef Myrow; Mack Gordon
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Total Playing Time    33:34
"... delivers an abundance of structural and harmonic interest ... takes a few surprising twists along its way ..."
- All About Jazz

Jazz guitarist Grant Green recorded this session in 1964 with an unconventional lineup featuring Bobby Hutcherson on vibes, Larry Young on organ and drummer Elvin Jones. No horns, no bass, no piano. The four songs on this album, none of them originals, allow the musicians plenty of space for solos and deliver what was called "mellifluous, late night ambiance" in a review in All About Jazz.
192 kHz / 24-bit, 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Blue Note Studio Masters

Recording by Rudy Van Gelder.
Mastered by Bernie Grundman, 2013.
Cover Photo by Jim Marshall.
Cover Design by Reid Miles.

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