Vic Dickenson's Quintet - Vic Dickenson's Quintet flac album
Title: Vic Dickenson's Quintet
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Released in Canada as "Vic Dickenson's Quintet"(Storyville Records – SLP-4021,1981). Thanks to kazuhiro for the addition and js, snobb for the updates. No release results found : showing artist results instead. Essential Vic Dickenson Vanguard Imports 1998. 5 Classic Albums Plus - Vic Dickenson - Septet 1 & 2 & 3 & 4, Mainstream Jazz Avid Records 2012. Gentleman Of The Trombone CreateSpace 2008. Ding Dong (aka Vic Dickenson's Quintet) Contents.
Trombonist Vic Dickenson, a sideman during most of his career, had several long overdue opportunities to record as a leader during 1974-76 when he was finally being recognized as a major mainstream stylist. Dickenson, tenor saxophonist Buddy Tate, pianist Red Richards, bassist George Duvivier and drummer Oliver Jackson perform seven standards (including such off-the-wall vehicles as "Isle of Golden Dreams," "Black Bottom" and "Five O'Clock Whistle") plus the trombonist's "Ding Dong
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The Vic Dickenson Quintet. Vic Dickenson was an African-American jazz trombonist. His career began in the 1920s and continued through musical partnerships with Count Basie (1940–41), Sidney Bechet (1941), and Earl Hines. Born in Xenia, Ohio, in 1906, Dickenson wanted to be a plasterer like his father, but he abandoned the idea after injuring himself by falling off a ladder. In 1953, he recorded The Vic Dickenson Showcase for Vanguard with Ed Hall on clarinet and Ruby Braff on trumpet. In 1958, Sydney Bechet made him come to France and play record at Brussel exposal
Five O'Clock Whistle (Al. ake) (3:14). Personnel: Vic Dickenson-trombone Buddy Tate-tenor & baritone sax Red Richards-piano George Duvivier-bass Oliver Jackson-drums.
|A2||Blue And Brokenhearted|
|A3||Isle Of Golden Dreams|
|A4||Dear Old Southland|
|B4||Five O'Clock Whistle|
- Distributed By – The Moss Music Group, Inc.
- Baritone Saxophone – Buddy Tate
- Bass – George Duvivier
- Drums – Oliver Jackson
- Liner Notes – Dig Fairweather*
- Piano – Red Richards
- Trombone – Vic Dickenson
NotesRecorded 13th April 1976 New York.
Sleeve notes by Dig Fairweather June 22 1977.
|SLP-4021||Vic Dickenson's Quintet*||Vic Dickenson's Quintet (LP, RE)||Storyville||SLP-4021||Canada||1981|
|SLP 4021||Vic Dickenson's Quintet*||Vic Dickenson's Quintet (LP, Album, RE)||Storyville||SLP 4021||Switzerland||1985|