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Dizzy Gillespie ~ Shaw Nuff (used)

by Collectables (Jazz & Fusion Music)

Personnel includes: Dizzy Gillespie (vocals, trumpet); Sonny Stitt, Charlie Parker (alto saxophone); Dexter Gordon (tenor saxophone); Milt Jackson (vibraphone); Frank Paparelli, Clyde Hart, Al Haig, John Lewis (piano); Remo Palmieri, Chuck Wayne (guitars); Ray Brown, Slam Stewart, Curly Russell, Murray Shipinski (bass); Big Sid Catlett, Shelly Manne, Cozy Cole, Kenny Clarke, Joe Harris (drums).Recorded in New York in 1945 and 1946.Personnel: Dizzy Gillespie (vocals, trumpet); Alice Roberts, Kenny "Pancho" Hagood, Sarah Vaughan (vocals); Chuck Wayne, Remo Palmieri (guitar); John Brown, Warren Lucky, Howard Glover "Johnny" Johnson, Ray Abrams (saxophone); Howard E. Johnson, Sonny Stitt, Charlie Parker (alto saxophone); Dexter Gordon (tenor saxophone); Talib Dawud, Dave Burns, Matthew McKay, Raymond Orr, John Lynch, Elmon Wright (trumpet); Alton Moore (trombone, piano); Gordon Thomas, Leon Cormenge (trombone); John Lewis, Taswell Baird, Clyde Hart, John Richard Lewis, Frank Paparelli, Al Haig (piano); Milt Jackson (vibraphone); Cozy Cole, Joe Harris, Kenny Clarke, Shelly Manne, Big Sid Catlett (drums).Liner Note Author: Leonard Feather. Recording information: New York, NY (02/09/1945/11/12/1946).Editor: Jack Towers. Photographer: Ray Avery. From the joyous small group sessions which include his legendary composition "Salt Peanuts" (with Charlie "Yardbird" Parker and drummer Big Sid Catlett), to the big band recordings which culminate in the breakthrough performance of "Things To Come," these are the Musicraft bebop sides that established John Birks "Dizzy" Gillespie's reputation for musical and instrumental innovation. Dizzy Gillespie often observed that the new style of modern jazz phrasing he and Charlie Parker (and Thelonious Monk) coined was evolutionary, not revolutionary. But for those hipsters and musicians who encountered Bird and Diz for the first time on small-group arrangements like "Dizzy Atmosphere" and "Shaw 'Nuff," it must have seemed like the sky was falling. Bird and Diz's phrasing on complex unison
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