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   Send In The Clowns



Год издания : 1990/1993

Компания звукозаписи : Onyx Classix, Audi, (ru)

Музыкальный стиль : Bop

Время звучания : 41:23

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CD, стоящие на полке рядом : Jazz (Saxophone - Bop)      

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All Music Guide

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Zoot Sims was one of the most naturally musical figures in jazz. His talent was notably imaginative and his style, though consistently in the swing mode, never ceased to be innovative and elegant. Lester rung's conversational swing style influenced him the most, but Sims took things one step further in his application of expansive modernist harmonies and other elements from European music, for Sims was a part of a new group of jazz musicians who had had exposure to traditional classical music.

Sims was born in California in 1925. By the mid 1940's, he was playing tenor ox with Benny Goodman. Woody Herman, with his exceptional eye for talent, discovered him shortly thereafter, and Sims became a member of Herman's Second Herd, where he played with Stan Getz, Herbier Steward and Serge Chamorro 1947-1949. The early fifties saw Sims playing with the likes of Stan Kenton and, later, the Gerry Mulligan Sextet. The advent of long playing records gave Sims the space to explore more fully his capacious talent for improvisation, and he demonstrated a unique compatibility with an unusual variety of players, ranging from Al Cohn to violinist Joe Venuti. Sims continued to record up until his death in 1985. Throughout his career he maintained an excellence of style and a warmth of tone that will never be forgotten. This recording goes a long way toward preserving his important legacy.

Bucky Pizzarelli Session guitarist Bucky Pizzarelli, recorded here with Zoot Sims, has performed since the age of 17 in bands, orchestras, solos, dues and trios across the United States, Pizzarelli, (John Paul, Sr.) began touring at age 17 with Vaughn Monroe's Dance Band, which he rejoined in 1946 after a tour of duty in the U.S. Armed Forces. He also performed and recorded freelance for RCA, moving in 1952 to the staff of RCA's subsidiary, NBC. Pizzarelli toured with NBC groups from 1956-57. Returning to New York, he continued to freelance for NBC, formed his own trio, and became connected with Benny Goodman, an association which lasted until Goodman's death. His many appearances on NBC shows and as a freelance soloist have made Pizzarelli a mainstay of the New York jazz scene. Recordings made in the late 1970's with partners Zoot Sims, Stephane Grappelli, and Pizzarelli's son, John Paul Jr., confirm his place as a master of jazz and of the electric guitar.


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   1 Summerset         0:04:16  
   2 Honeysuckle Rose          0:04:00 Razaf / Waller
   3 A Summer Thing         0:03:21  
   4 Somebody Loves Me          0:03:38 DeSylva / Gershwin / MacDonald
   5 Gee Baby, Ain't I Good To You          0:02:56 Razaf / Redman
   6 Nirvana         0:04:19 Sondheim
   7 Indiana         0:04:06 Hanley / MacDonald
   8 Memories Of You         0:04:09 Blake / Razaf
   9 Come Rain Or Come Shine          0:04:39 Arlen / Mercer
   10 Up A Lazy River         0:03:25  
   11 Send In The Clowns          0:02:32 Mann

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