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Eddie Condon & Bud Freeman: Complete Commodore & Decca Session

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I look at it this way: at least it ain't John Scott Trotter.

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Boy there is an old memory from television in the '50s.

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Btw, played some of the Bing & Rosie (Clooney, that is) two disc set - and that's definitely some nice stuff! However, as with her Mosaic, I'd wish for a somewhat more interesting/committed backing band.

Is that the one on RCA? I remember decades ago Coleman Hawkins naming it as one of his favorites of the year.

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What is the old memory, Chuck?

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Btw, played some of the Bing & Rosie (Clooney, that is) two disc set - and that's definitely some nice stuff! However, as with her Mosaic, I'd wish for a somewhat more interesting/committed backing band.

Is that the one on RCA? I remember decades ago Coleman Hawkins naming it as one of his favorites of the year.

No, don't know that one, but I'd like to hear it as well, I guess!

This is the one I meant, sorry for being so unspecific:

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It's on Collector's Choice, and I guess it's kind of the bridge over the gap between the two Mosaics :)

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The RCA must be this one. It's great.

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The RCA must be this one. It's great.

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Indeed it is!.. There's one of those deluxe editions with alternate takes.

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