Jim Hall - The Unreleased Sessions flac album
Title: The Unreleased Sessions
Style: Hard Bop
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Jim Hall was an American jazz guitarist, composer, and arranger. His discography consists of 39 studio albums, 10 live albums, 1 EP, 1 single, 10 videos, and 22 compilations, all released between 1957 and 2016. In addition, he was a sideman on numerous albums by other artists. 1957: Jazz Guitar (Pacific Jazz) reissued in 1964 with overdubbed drums as The Winner! (Fontana). Also reissued in 2014 as disc 2 of the 10-disc collection Jazz Guitar: Ultimate Collection, Vol. 1 (Documents).
The Unreleased Sessions Buddy Collette. Listen on Apple Music. Jim Hall & Buddy Collette. 5. I Can't Believe That You're In Love With Me.
The Unreleased Sessions is a cool jazz music album recording by JIM HALL released in 2004 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. 1 Laura 2:38 2 Smile 3:06 3 The band and the beautiful 4:11 4 The Shrike 3:25 5 I can't believe that you're in love with me 2:42 6 The trolley song 1:55 7 Intermezzo 3:27 8 Ruby 3:21 9 Invitation 3:53 10 Swinging on a star 2:54 11 Colonel Bogey. and River Kwai March 3:36 12 It's you (bonus track) 2:24 13 A walk on the veldt (bonus track) 3:20 14 Wagnervous (bonus track) 4:39 15 And so is love (bonus track) 2:42 16 Where is my Bess 2:57 17 My man's gone now 3:24 18 Summertime 4:13 19 It ain't necessary.
Artist Album Song Title. The Unreleased Sessions Album Cover Art. Jim Hall featuring Buddy Collette.
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Jim Hall & Buddy Collette - The Unreleased Sessions (2004, Lone Hill Jazz) Artwork booklet3. Jim Hall & Buddy Collette - The Unreleased Sessions (1956-1959) - 2004, FLAC (tracks), lossless. Download via torrent Download via magnet. Jim Hall & Buddy Collette - The Unreleased Sessions (2004, Lone Hill Jazz).
Sessions was a compilation album by the Beatles planned for release by EMI in 1984 but never issued due to objections by the surviving Beatles. The album consisted of thirteen finished but unreleased Beatles songs. A planned single containing two of the tracks from Sessions – "Leave My Kitten Alone", backed with an alternative version of "Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da" – was also left unissued. The idea was resurrected in 1995 as The Beatles Anthology.
Wonderful lost work from the west coast chamber jazz scene of the late 50s - and some great work featuring the reeds of Buddy Collette alongside the guitar of Jim Hall! The first 11 tracks on the set are from the album Swinging Shepherds - originally issued under Collette's name for Mercury in the mid 50s, and featuring a lineup that features Collette, Bud Shank, Paul Horn, and Harry Klee on an assortment of flutes - plus Hall on guitar, Red Mitchell on bass, and Shelly Manne or Earl Palmer. The sound is light and swinging - in the playful mode that some of the players were using with the Chico Hamilton group at the time - on titles that include "The Shrike", "Laura", "Intermezzo", "Ruby", "Invitation", and "Swinging On A Star".
|3||The band and the beautiful||4:11|
|5||I can't believe that you're in love with me||2:42|
|6||The trolley song||1:55|
|10||Swinging on a star||2:54|
|11||Colonel Bogey and River Kwai March||3:36|
|12||It's you (bonus track)||2:24|
|13||A walk on the veldt (bonus track)||3:20|
|14||Wagnervous (bonus track)||4:39|
|15||And so is love (bonus track)||2:42|
|16||Where is my Bess||2:57|
|17||My man's gone now||3:24|
|19||It ain't necessary so||3:28|
|20||I got plenty of nuttin'||2:37|
|21||There's a boat that's leavin' for New York||3:20|
|22||Bess you is my woman||3:26|
|23||A woman is a sometime thing||4:42|
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