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These thirty tracks from Bill Le Sage's Directions in Jazz Unit from 1963-1964 reveal that British jazz had long been developing it's own authentic voices, even if many of those voices have been hidden from history until recently. As well as the woodwinds of Ronnie Ross, Bob Burns and Johnny Scott, Le Sage himself on piano and vibes, Spike Heatley on bass and Tony Carr on drums, the group included the novel addition of a cello quartet, led by Freddie Alexander.
These thirty tracks from Bill Le Sage's Directions in Jazz Unit from 1963-1964 reveal that British jazz had long been developing it's own authentic voices, even if many of those voices have been hidden from history until recently. As well as the woodwinds of Ronnie Ross, Bob Burns and Johnny Scott, Le Sage himself on piano and vibes, Spike Heatley on bass and Tony Carr on drums, the group included the novel addition of a cello quartet, led by Freddie Alexander.
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Format: CD
Label: IMPORTS
Rel. Date: 10/14/2022
UPC: 5060331753018

New Directions In Jazz 1963-1964 (Uk)
Artist: Le Bill Sage
Format: CD
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DISC: 1

1. Night Talk
2. Monkey Business
3. Caber Dance
4. Lady Day
5. Wigmore Walk
6. Honky Tonk
7. Morning Theories
8. Yardsticks
9. Blue Trident
10. Times Two-And-A-Half
11. Come Rain or Come Shine
12. So What
13. Pastorale D'hiver
14. Where's the Fire?
15. Rustic Gait
16. Night Talk
17. It Don't Mean a Thing
18. Times Two-And-A-Half
19. Come Rain or Come Shine
20. Progressive Gavotte
21. Rustic Gait
22. Times Two-And-A-Half
23. Night Talk
24. New Orleans
25. Improvisation on a Twelve Tone Scale
26. Milestones
27. Interview
28. Honky Tonk
29. Three
30. Clarion
31. Minky

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These thirty tracks from Bill Le Sage's Directions in Jazz Unit from 1963-1964 reveal that British jazz had long been developing it's own authentic voices, even if many of those voices have been hidden from history until recently. As well as the woodwinds of Ronnie Ross, Bob Burns and Johnny Scott, Le Sage himself on piano and vibes, Spike Heatley on bass and Tony Carr on drums, the group included the novel addition of a cello quartet, led by Freddie Alexander.
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