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Half After - Freddie Slack - Mosaic Select (Box Set)

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  1. Sep 02,  · The Mosaic Select series continues – having released eight impressive volumes n the calendar year – this being the last, it's a provocative set in that it compiles five Duke Pearson albums from , all of them centered around his "exotic period: The Phantom, Merry Ole Sole, How Insensitive, It Could Only Happen With You, and I Don't Care Who Knows It.
  2. An amazing transformation in jazz – the first 6 albums by Texas tenor giant Curtis Amy, packaged together in one box set! Amy had a deep gutsy sound that was similar to other Texas tenors coming out of the state during the postwar years – and initially, his first recordings in LA were done in a spirited soul jazz mode – often teaming with organist Paul Bryant, in loose and free albums.
  3. Sep 01,  · Cuscuna’s current big project-in addition to Mosaic Select’s new three-CD sets dedicated to composer-arranger Johnny Richards and boogie-woogie/swing pianist Freddie Slack-is producing and mastering the recently discovered tapes featuring Thelonious Monk with John Coltrane in a performance at Carnegie Hall.
  4. Mosaic Select: Freddie Slack Freddie Slack Frederick Charles Slack (August 7, – August 10, ) was an American swing and boogie-woogie pianist and bandleader.
  5. Jun 30,  · Mosaic Select-Freddie Slack and his Orchestra (Capitol s big band with most of these on CD for the first time great sound!) Stripes-OST (Elmer Bernstein's score on CD finally!) Mega Jukebox Hits from s & s (Dusty box).
  6. Aug 19,  · Mosaic may have my money after all. Should have avoided this thread. Share this post. Link to post Listened to the first disc of the Slack Select set -- some fine music! Share this post. Link to post Share on other sites. Mosaic and other box sets The Freddie Slack Select.
  7. After recording Mercer's tracks, Freddie Slack and His Orchestra (same lineup as above), record the tracks "Half After" "Cocktail Repartee", and "What Is This Thing Called Rebop? All the tracks were recorded in Los Angeles, California and remained unissued until when they appeared on Mosaic Records' 3 CD compilation "Mosaic Select: Freddie.
  8. Freddie Slack was the pianist with Jimmy Dorsey's orchestra during part of the s before becoming well known for playing boogie-woogie with Will Bradley's band, most notably on the hit "Beat Me Daddy, Eight to the Bar." In Slack went out on his own, forming .

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