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Norman Granz' Jazz At The Philharmonic - Perdido Album

Norman Granz' Jazz At The Philharmonic - Perdido Album
Performer: Norman Granz' Jazz At The Philharmonic
Title: Perdido
Country: US
Genre: Jazz
Catalog number: 11011X45
Label: Mercury
MP3 album szie: 2657 mb
FLAC album size: 2706 mb

Tracklist

1Perdido (Part 2)
2Perdido (Part 1)

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
5007Norman Granz' Jazz At The Philharmonic Perdido ‎(Shellac, 10")Karusell5007Sweden1953
5007Norman Granz' Jazz At The Philharmonic Perdido ‎(Shellac, 10")Karusell5007Unknown
VV 20055x45Norman Granz' Jazz At The Philharmonic Perdido ‎(7", Mono)Verve RecordsVV 20055x45Unknown

Credits

  • BassRay Brown
  • DrumsJo Jones
  • PianoHank Jones
  • Tenor SaxophoneFlip Phillips, Illinois Jacquet
  • TromboneBill Harris
  • TrumpetHoward McGhee

Short intro

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