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  1. The "Cohn featuring Brookmeyer" tracks are with the same rhythm section. The five "Brookmeyer featuring Cohn" tracks were first issued as a 10 inch Storyville LP with John Williams on piano. All the above are good modern jazz of the mid s: the tracks are relatively short, but with sufficient solo space to balance the arranged heads/5(17).
  2. With Bob Brookmeyer. Bob Brookmeyer featuring Al Cohn (Storyville, ) Brookmeyer (Vik, ) Kansas City Revisited (United Artists, ) Stretching Out (United Artists, ) with Zoot Sims; Portrait of the Artist (Atlantic, ) Gloomy Sunday and Other Bright Moments (Verve, ) With Kenny Burrell. Earthy (, Prestige) With Buck Clayton.
  3. The Al Cohn Quintet, an album by Al Cohn on Spotify. our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  4. Discogs: CD, The Al Cohn Quintet Featuring Bobby Brookmeyer. リリースのクレジット、レビュー、トラックを確認し、購入。.
  5. Pretty nice budget set. These public domain cds are pretty decent but as usual Real Gone Jazz needs a better quality control dept. Tracks on disc 2 are from the AL COHN QUINTET Featuring Bobby Brookmeyer lp on Coral not the BOB BROOKMEYER Featuring Al Cohn lp on Storyville as shown on the cover. At least they listed the proper song titles/5(9).
  6. "Four Classic Albums," as its name promises, includes all of the cuts on a quartet of superb albums from the mids -- Mr. Music, Al Cohn Quintet Featuring Bob Brookmeyer, Al & Zoot (Zoot Sims), and Bob Brookmeyer Featuring Al Cohn -- together with a couple of tracks from Winners's Circle, an album with John Coltrane/5(17).
  7. Al Cohn Quintet. Al Cohn Quintet featuring Bob Brookmeyer. Universal City, Calif.: Coral/Verve: Distributed by Universal Music & Video, [] publisher catalog number CRL Print version: Al Cohn Quintet. Al Cohn Quintet featuring Bob Brookmeyer. Universal City, Calif.: Coral/Verve: Distributed by Universal Music & Video, [] (OCoLC.
  8. May 08,  · Good Spirits (Brookmeyer) Al Cohn - Tenor. Bob Brookmeyer - Valve Trombone. Mose Allison - Piano. Teddy Kotick - Bass. Nick Stabulas - Drums. Recorded in New York City. December 3, 4 or 5,
  9. A rare and unusual chapter in the career of Al Cohn – and an incredible set cut in the mid 50s with Bob Brookmeyer on trombone! The style's a bit like that used by Al and Zoot Sims together – tightly arranged shorter tracks, with a focus on well-crafted horn work, but enough space to allow each of the leaders break out and express their personality on the record.

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