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Lars Gullin - 1953, Vol.2 - Modern Sounds (1993)

Jazz | Author: jonson | 29-01-2016, 06:30
Lars Gullin - 1953, Vol.2 - Modern Sounds (1993)Artist: Lars Gullin
Title Of Album: 1953, Vol.2- Modern Sounds
Year Of Release: Dragon Records: DRCD 234
Label (Catalog#): 1993
Country: Sweden
Genre: Jazz, Bop, Cool
Quality: FLAC (tracks+.cue,scans)
Bitrate: Lossless
Time: 73:39
Full Size: 283 MB

Tracklist:

01. All the Things You Are (Hammerstein-Kern) - 3:35
02. The Squirrel (Dameron) - 3:12
03. Deed I Do (Hirsch-Rose) - 3:10
04. Over the Rainbow (Arlen-Harburg) - 2:52
05. Lullaby in Rhythm (Goodman-Hirsch-Profit-Sampson) - 3:05
06. He's Funny That Way (Moret-Whiting) - 3:08
07. You Got to My Head (Coots-Gillespie) - 3:15
08. The Things We Did Last Summer (Cahn-Styne) - 2:51
09. Ablution (Konitz-Tristano) - 2:50
10. Lady Fingers (Gullin) - 2:45
11. The Front (Gullin) - 3:23
12. The Boy Next Door (Blane) - 2:55
13. North Express (Gullin) - 2:52
14. Hersey Bar (Mandel) - 3:05
15. That Old Black Magic (Arlen-Mercer) - 3:08
16. They Didn't Believe Me (Kern) - 3:01
17. Night and Day (Porter) - 3:48
18. Chloe (Moret-Kahn) - 3:07
19. Dedicated to Lee (take 1) (Gullin) - 2:41
20. Dedicated to Lee (take 2) (Gullin) - 2:41
21. Late Date (Gullin) - 2:47
22. Love Me or Leave Me (Donaldson-Kahn) - 3:20
23. Yvette (Gryce) - 2:55
24. You Go to My Head (Coots-Gillespie) - 3:13

Lars Gullin - alto saxophone, baritone saxophone
Wade Legge, Gunnar Svensson, Putte Lindblom, Bob Laine, Mats Olsson - piano
Lou Hackney, Simon Brehm, Yngve Akerberg, Georg Riedel, Lars Pettersson, Don Bagley, Tauno Suojarvi - bass
Al Jones, Wes Ilcken, Jack Noren, Bosse Stoor, Stan Levey - drums
Weine Renliden, Conte Candoli - trumpet
Kettil Ohlsson - baritone saxophone
Frank Rosolino - trombone
Lee Konitz alto saxophone
Zoot Sims - tenor saxophone
Rita Reys - vocals (#2-6)

In the mid-1980s, the Swedish Dragon label came out with five LPs of music featuring the great Swedish baritonist Lars Gullin. Only Vol. 1 has thus far been reissued on CD. The second volume, which has the earliest recordings in the batch, consists of performances that were either previously unreleased or quite obscure at the time. Gullin is heard in quartets and quintets, sometimes as a sideman, including a few very rare appearances on alto which, although worthy, show why he mostly stuck to baritone. The cool-toned bop, reminiscent but not derivative of Gerry Mulligan, should be of great interest to 1950s jazz collectors.







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