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Glenn Miller, Louis Armstrong, Duke Ellington, Coleman Hawkins

Jazz Greatest Hits

Various - Jazz Greatest Hits 01. Glenn Miller - Chattanooga Choo-Choo (3:26) 02. Coleman Hawkins - Body and Soul (3:04) 03. Tommy Dorsey - Opus One (2:59) 04. Louis Armstrong - Do You Know What It Means to Miss New Orleans (3:02) 05. Paul Desmond - All the Things You Are (5:52) 06. Benny Goodman - Sing, Sing, Sing (8:41) 07. Fats Waller - Honeysuckle Rose (3:10) 08. Sonny Rollins - God Bless the Child (7:29) 09. Duke Ellington - It Don't Mean a Thing, If it Ain't Got That Swing (3:04) 10. Lionel Hampton - Tenderly (7:05) 11. Artie Shaw - Frenesi (3:05) 12. Dizzy Gillespie - Night in Tunisia (3:10) 13. Count Basie - Bill's Mill (2:40)
  • Glenn Miller - trombone
  • Louis Armstrong - trumpet
  • Duke Ellington - piano
  • Coleman Hawkins - tenor saxophone
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34.00 PLN


Nr kat.: 74321696482
Label  : BMG

I find the sight of a young singer pretending to be Frank Sinatra or Peggy Lee and singing yet another version of "Night and Day" rather depressing. This obviously bothers Claire Martin too, because in recent years she has set out to find repertoire that is more relevant to her own life and experiences. In this (and her previous CD) she has really put herself out on a limb, experimenting with contemporary songs from the worlds of pop and rock and using her jazz sensibilities to colour them. Of course it doesn't always work, but that happens when you take risks and she has to be applauded for doing so. The most successful track is her re-working of Jimi Hendrix's "Up From The Skies" in which her voice smoulders and snarls and will leave any red-blooded male feeling weak at the knees. Classic CD.