℗ ℗ 2016 UMG Recordings; A Verve Label Group Release
 

The Genius Of Charlie Parker #1: Night And Day

Charlie Parker

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1
Temptation
Charlie Parker
3:30
2
Autumn In New York
Charlie Parker
3:28
3
Lover
Charlie Parker
3:06
4
Stella By Starlight
Charlie Parker
2:56
5
Dancing In The Dark
Charlie Parker
3:19
6
Night And Day
Charlie Parker
2:50
7
Almost Like Being In Love
Charlie Parker
2:33
8
I Can't Get Started
Charlie Parker
3:08
9
What Is This Thing Called Love?
Charlie Parker
2:36
10
Laura
Charlie Parker; Joe Lipman
2:59
Total Playing Time    30:25
One of several volumes in the Genius Of Charlie Parker series issued by Verve, this installment was released in 1957, two years following Parker's death. With arrangements by Joe Lipman and production supervised by Norman Granz, the collection includes one of Parker's signature tunes, Night And Day.
192 kHz / 24-bit, 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Verve Reissues Studio Masters

Tracks 1-10 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source

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