Magazine article IAJRC Journal

Lost Tapes

Magazine article IAJRC Journal

Lost Tapes

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Zoot Sims

Lost Tapes

Jazzhaus 101 710

Zoot Sims (as, ts, cl tracks 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 8, 11) Hans Koller (as, ts, cl tracks. 1, 3, 4, 5, 6, 10, 11) Willie Denis (tb tracks 5, 9, 10, 11) Adi Feuterstein, Gerd Husemann (fl tracks 5, 6) Helmut Brandt (fl, bs tracks 5, 7, 11) Hans Hammerschmid (p) Peter Trunk (b) Kenny Clarke (d). Baden-Baden, Germany, June 23, 1958

All The Things You Are/Alan's Alley/Minor Meeting For Two Clarinets/ Fallin' In Love/Blue Night/Open Door/I Surrender Dear/Tangerine/These Foolish Things/I'll Remember April/Trottin' TT 55:26

What a disc! From beginning to end it never quits swinging. Zoot is a player that could swing in the middle of a Salvation Army Band and he brings such a presence to the group here that they all just follow suit. You will note by the personnel shown above that each track has a bit of a different instrumentation. For the record Zoot plays tenor except on "Minor Meeting For Two Clarinets" and plays alto sax on "Open Door. …

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