Claude Schlouch

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About Claude Schlouch

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  • Birthday 04/03/1941

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  • Location Marseille
  • Interests Jazz listening and writing

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  1. Orrin Keepnews, RIP

    RIP Orrin I'll never forget your invaluable help. You will stay for me a very great man!
  2. Wardell Gray

    Hi folks, For information: 1. OPENING - STOMPIN’ AT THE SAVOY / Jun. 26, 1948 2. MARY’S IDEA / Jun. 26, 1948 3. S’POS’N - vo. Jackie Searle / Jun. 26, 1948 4. THERE’S A SMALL HOTEL - Quartet / Jun. 26, 1948 5. MEL’S IDEA / Jun. 26, 1948 6. YOU TURNED THE TABLES ON ME - vo. Dolly Huston / Jun. 26, 1948 7. SWEDISH PASTRY / Jun. 26, 1948 8. INDIANA / Jun. 26, 1948 9. GOOD-BYE / Jun. 26, 1948 10. OPENING - STOMPIN’ AT THE SAVOY / Jul. 3, 1948 11. BYE BYE BLUES / Jul. 3, 1948 12. WRAP YOUR TROUBLES IN DREAMS - vo. Jackie Searle / Jul. 3, 1948 13. BLUE VIEWS / Jul. 3, 1948 14. IT’S THE TALK OF THE TOWN - vo. Dolly Huston / Jul. 3, 1948 15. MEL’S IDEA / Jul. 3, 1948 16. DON’T BLAME ME - vo. Jackie Searle / Jul. 3, 1948 17. AFTER YOU’VE GONE / Jul. 3, 1948 18. GOOD-BYE / Jul. 3, 1948 Benny Goodman Septet. Benny Goodman, Stan Hasselgard, Wardell Gray. Red Rodney, Mary Lou Williams, Billy Bauer, Clyde Lombardi, Mel Zelnick. Vocals by Jackie Searle, Dolly Huston
  3. Richie Cole - Return to Alto Acres

    Richie Cole (as-1, ts-2, bs-3), Art Pepper (cl-4, as-5), Roger Kellaway (p), Bob Magnusson (b), Billy Higgins (dm) Coast Recorders, San Francisco, CA, February 16, 1982 Return to Alto Acres 1 3 4 5 Art's opus #2 1 2 5 A & R 2 5 Palo Alto blues 3 5 Broadway 1 5 Art's opus #2 (alternate take) 1 2 5 previously unissued Sleigh ride 1 5 Note: First five titles on Palo Alto PA 8023, (Jap) VIJ-6397, Fonomusic (Sp) 86.2010/7 “Richie Cole And... Return To Alto Acres”. First six titles on Jazz Excursion 102 “A Piece Of Jazz History” (CD). Seventh title first issued on Palo Alto PA 8032 “Mistletoe Magic” (various artists). Art Pepper does not play on Things we did last Summer from this session.
  4. Phil Everly has died aged 74

    RIP
  5. Hello folks, Please let me know if you can provide me those LPs or at least their content. Good price offered. Thanks in advance! Claude
  6. Edouard Molinaro

    Film maker Edouard left us today. In 1959, he asked Kenny Dorham & Duke Jordan for the OST of "Un Témoin Dans La Ville" (Witness in The City). RIP
  7. KENNY CLARKE

    I wonder if this CD ROM really exist...
  8. Frank Wess RIP

    RIP
  9. Donald "Duck" Bailey RIP

    Very sad news! RIP
  10. Butch Warren 8/9/39 - 10/5/13

    UNO MAS RIP!
  11. Oscar Castro-Neves - RIP

    RIP
  12. Movin' The Complete Verve Recordings of Wes Montgomery

    I don't understand such reissues of material released so many times while so much titles remain and probably will remain for ever unissued. What a pity!
  13. Marian McPartland 1918-2013

    RIP
  14. Billy Root

    I must add that he played also clarinet, flute, other horns and above all baritone sax. Wonderful! R.I.P.
  15. Billy Root

    The great tenor sax Billy Root died. R.I.P.