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Germany 1956 & 1958 Lost Tapes

Modern Jazz Quartet

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Germany 1956 & 1958 Lost Tapes from 2xHD and SWR Music features the 13 previously unreleased tapes the Modern Jazz Quartet made for German radio between 1956 and 1958. They include Kurt Elderhagen’s fingerpoppin’ big band arrangement of ‘Bluesology’.

Elsewhere the quartet mix John Lewis‘s originals with standards that include ‘You Go To My Head’, ‘I Can’t Get Started’ and Milt Jackson‘s poignant unaccompanied interpretation of ‘Tenderly’.

The Lost Tapes also features the Harald Banter Ensemble on Track 5 and the Kurt Edelhagen Orchestra on Tracks 6 and 7.

Modern Jazz Quartet
John Lewis, Piano
Milt Jackson, Vibraphone
Percy Faith, Bass
Connie Kay, Drums

Harald Banter Ensemble (Track 5)
Kurt Edelhagen Orchestra (Tracks 6 & 7)

Tracklist

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1.
Ralph's new blues
04:38
2.
God rest ye merry, gentlemen
05:03
3.
Willow weep for me
04:07
4.
I'll remember april
04:10
5.
You go to my head
05:13
6.
I can't get started
03:03
7.
Tenderly
03:07
8.
J.B. Blues
05:11

Total time: 00:34:32

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Release DateFebruary 6, 2024

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