℗ ℗ 1956 Urania Records
 

Jimmy Hamilton and the New York Jazz Quintet

Jimmy Hamilton and the New York Jazz Quintet

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1
I Get a Kick out of You
Jimmy Hamilton and the New York Jazz Quintet
4:36
2
Blues in My Music Room
Jimmy Hamilton and the New York Jazz Quintet
6:17
3
Anything but Love
Jimmy Hamilton and the New York Jazz Quintet
4:44
4
Chuckles
Jimmy Hamilton and the New York Jazz Quintet
2:46
5
Bohemia After Dark
Jimmy Hamilton and the New York Jazz Quintet
3:55
6
Blues for Clarinet
Jimmy Hamilton and the New York Jazz Quintet
4:06
7
Solitude
Jimmy Hamilton and the New York Jazz Quintet
5:30
8
What Am I Here For
Jimmy Hamilton and the New York Jazz Quintet
4:47
Total Playing Time    36:41
Jimmy Hamilton was an American jazz clarinetist, tenor saxophonist, arranger, composer, and music educator, best known for his twenty-five years with Duke Ellington.

Personnel: Jimmy Hamilton (clarinet), Clark Terry (trumpet on #1-8), Kenny Kersey (piano on #9-11), Sidney Gross (guitar in all tracks), Barry Galbraith (guitar on #1-8), Oscar Pettiford (bass on #1-8 & 12), Jimmy Woode (bass on #9-11), Osie Johnson (drums on #1-8 & 12), Sam Woodyard (drums on #9-11).

Recorded in New York City, 1955.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Urania Records Studio Masters

Tracks 1-8 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source

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