℗ 1958 Concert Disc
 

Dancing and Dreaming, Vol. 2

The Jay Norman Quintet

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1.1
I'm Gonna Sit Right Down and Write Myself a Letter
The Jay Norman Quintet
2:36
1.2
Just One of Those Things
The Jay Norman Quintet
1:53
1.3
The Last Time I Saw Paris
The Jay Norman Quintet
2:44
1.4
Frenesi
The Jay Norman Quintet
2:31
1.5
Moonglow
The Jay Norman Quintet
2:16
1.6
You Do Something To Me
The Jay Norman Quintet
2:40
1.7
Blue Moon
The Jay Norman Quintet
2:17
1.8
In The Still Of The Night
The Jay Norman Quintet
2:23
1.9
Is Here To Stay
The Jay Norman Quintet
4:32
1.10
Three Little Words
The Jay Norman Quintet
2:39
1.11
Someone To Watch Over Me
The Jay Norman Quintet
3:06
1.12
Perfidia
The Jay Norman Quintet
3:01
Total Playing Time    32:38
The jazzy, piano-driven follow up to Dancing And Dreaming featuring Jay Norman (piano), Chuck Calzaretta (vibes), Claude Scheiner (guitar), Max Mariash (drums) and Lew Skalinder (bass).
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Concert-Disc Studio Masters

Tracks 1-12 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source

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