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Cy Touff Octet, Gerry Mulligan Quartet, Bud Shank - Shorty Rogers Quintet - Assorted Flavors of Pacific Jazz album

Cy Touff Octet, Gerry Mulligan Quartet, Bud Shank - Shorty Rogers Quintet - Assorted Flavors of Pacific Jazz album
  • Performer Cy Touff Octet
  • Title Assorted Flavors of Pacific Jazz
  • Date of release 1956
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  • Genre Jazz
  • Size MP3 1864 mb
  • Size FLAC 1524 mb
  • Rating: 4.8
  • Votes: 179

In 1957, Pacific Jazz Records changed its name to World Pacific Records to expand into a full-line label, with the Pacific Jazz label retained for jazz releases. Bock sold the label to Liberty Records in 1965, though he remained as an adviser until 1970. Liberty was bought by EMI in 1980. Bud Shank - Shorty Rogers - Bill Perkins. Originally released as Cy Touff, His Octet & Quintet in 1956. PJ 43. The Jazz Crusaders.

A1 –The Cy Touff Octet Keester Parade A2 –The Gerry Mulligan Quartet Bernie's Tune A3 –The Bud Shank - Shorty Rogers Quintet Casa De Luz A4 –The Chet Baker Quartet No Ties A5 –The Chet Baker Ensemble Bockanal A6 –Chet Baker With Strings Grey December A7 –The Chet Baker Sextet Tommyhawk A8 –The Laurindo Almeida -. Bud Shank Quartet Carinoso A9 –The Bud Shank Quartet Nocturne For Flute A10 –The Richard Twardzik Trio A Crutch For The Crab A11 –The Bill Perkins Quintet 2 Degrees East, 3 Degrees West A12 –The Chico Hamilton Quintet A Nice Day A13 –The Chico Hamilton Quintet Free Form A14 –The. Assorted Flavors Of Pacific Jazz - A Hi-Fi Sampler Contents.

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pacific jazz records, atlantic jazz records Pacific Jazz Records was a Los Angeles-based record company and label best known for cool jazz or West coast jazz It was founded in 1952 by producer Richard Bock 1927–1988 and drummer Roy Harte 1924–2003 Harte, in 1954, also co-founded Nocturne Records with jazz bassist Harry Babasin 1921–1988. Some of the musicians who recorded for Pacific Jazz included Chet Baker, Paul Desmond, Gerry Mulligan, Joe Pass, Gerald Wilson, the Jazz Crusaders, Don Ellis, Clare Fischer, Jim Hall, Groove Holmes, Les McCann, Wes Montgomery, and Art Pepper. Baker, ChetChet Baker. Jazz Crusaders, TheThe Jazz Crusaders.

A1 –The Cy Touff Octet. Keester Parade Written-By – Johnny Mandel. A2 –The Gerry Mulligan Quartet. Bernie's Tune Written-By – Bernie Miller. A3 –The Bud Shank - Shorty Rogers Quintet. Casa De Luz Written-By – Shorty Rogers. A4 –The Chet Baker Quartet. No Ties Written-By – Russ Freeman

Gerry Mulligan Quartet with Lee Konitz Label: Pacific Jazz PJLP-2 10" LP 1952 Design and photo: William Claxton. Chet Baker Quartet Label: Pacific Jazz 3 10" LP 1953 Design and photo: William Claxton. Harry Edison at The Haig Label: Pacific Jazz 4 10" LP 1953 Design and Photo: William Claxton. gerry Mulligan Quartet Label: Pacific Jazz 5 10" LP 1953 Design and Photo: William Claxton. Chet Baker Quartet feat. Chet Baker; Jazz at Ann Arbor Label: Pacific Jazz 1203 12" LP 1955 Design: William Claxton Drawings: Colleen Lewis. Cy Touff, His Octet and Quintet Label: Pacific Jazz 1211 12" LP 1956 Design and Photo: William Claxton. Richard Twardzik Trio - Russ Freeman Trio Label: Pacific Jazz 1212 12" LP 1956 Design; William Claxton Painting: Edmond Kohn. B. Gordon - C. Brown: Arranged by Montrose Label: Pacific Jazz 1214 12" LP 1956 Design and Photo: William Claxton.

Baritonist Gerry Mulligan's pianoless quartet of 1952-1953 with trumpeter Chet Baker was one of the most popular groups of the period and an influential force on West Coast Jazz. Mulligan's interplay with Baker looked back toward the collective improvisation of Dixieland but utilized up-to-date harmonies. This four-CD set overlaps with a previous (and now out-of-print) five-LP Mosaic box. In addition to all of the Pacific Jazz (as opposed to Fantasy and GNP/Crescendo) recordings of the Mulligan Quartet (including the hit version of "My Funny Valentine"), this box has a few.