Dizzy Gillespie | Dizzy In South America Vol 2

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Dizzy In South America Vol 2

by Dizzy Gillespie

Exciting big band jazz in the Bebop tradition in this live concert recording from the bebop innovator himself.
Genre: Jazz: Bebop
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1. Groovin' High
5:53 album only
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2. Begin the Beguine
4:45 album only
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3. Hey Pete
14:57 album only
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4. Let's Eat More Meat
4:17 album only
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5. Wonder Why
4:38 album only
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6. Because of You
4:19 album only
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7. I'm Confessin'
4:25 album only
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8. Doodlin'
3:23 album only
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9. My Reverie
4:44 album only
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10. Tin Tin Deo
6:43 album only

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The second of 3 Volumes of Previously Never Released Dizzy Gillespie. Already In the line up of nominations for The Grammy's "The best historical recording" for 2000. In 1956, Dizzy was asked by the State Department to assemble a big band to tour South America.

These recordings were done live throughout the tour with great success. These recordings represent a pinnacle in Dizzy Gillespies' remarkable career as Band Leader and Trumpet Icon.
Dizzy Gillespie:
Leader and Trumpet

Quincy Jones, Bama Warwick, and E.V. Perry :Trumpet

Phil Woods and Jimmy Powell: Alto Sax

Benny Golson,Billy Mitchell: Tenor Sax

Marty Flax: Baritone Sax

Melba Liston, Franlk Rehak, and Rod Levitt : Trombone

Walter Davis Jr.:Piano

Nelson Boyd: Bass

Charlie Persip: Drums

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james dunn


simply great,wonderful arrangements,superb soloing,and how about that drum solo from charlie persip?how many hands & feet does he have fantastic reissue.go out and buy now.
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