Gheorghe Posted January 8 Report Share Posted January 8 On 1/6/2023 at 3:28 PM, Pim said: I got it some years ago from my wife, it was two CDs, the other is "Misterioso" and has a very strange cover art. My wife said it looks "like Hamlet". The music is great and sounds very modern. I´m glad there is some players here in Viena who play with similar power, all them great tunes "Evidence" "In Walked Bud" and so on. 15 hours ago, kh1958 said: Buddy Tate, Live at Sandy's (Muse) The Colorful Strings of Jimmy Woode (Argo) I saw Buddy Tate in a Woody Herman All Stars combo. It was the only time I saw Woody Herman without his "Herd", I think it was Al Cohn, Scott Hamilton, Buddy Tate, maybe a trumpet player I don´t remember. I think they all were Concord label artists. Woody played a lot of clarinet and even sang a number "I´ve got the world on a string". The only sad thing was that George Duvivier was scheduled to be on bass but died exactly on that day. It must have been in July 1985. Jimmy Woode during my earlier times in the 70´s was a regular bassist on many nights I saw. I remember he played a lot with the great Austrian piano star Fritz Pauer, Tony Inzalaco was on drums, and I saw them also together with Johnny Griffin in spring 1978. Jimmy Woode was announced as "James Woody the Second". That´s how Griff announced musicians during those, he himself announced him as "Johnny Griffin III". Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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