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The Song Is You

In Paris 1958-1959

Stan Getz, Zoot Sims, Paul Quinichette, Wardell Gray

Release title: Stan Getz, Zoot Sims, Paul Quinichette, Wardell Gray - Tenors Anyone?

 
Genre is Jazz 
This album was released on the label Dawn (3) (catalog number DLP 1126)
This album was released in 1958 year. US

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A1 These Foolish Things ↓ mp3 Get lyrics ?
A2 Blues For The Month Of May ↓ mp3 Get lyrics ?
A3 I Should Care ↓ mp3 Get lyrics ?
A4 Along About This Time Last Year ↓ mp3 Get lyrics ?
B1 Skull Buster ↓ mp3 Get lyrics ?
B2 (It's The) Talk Of The Town ↓ mp3 Get lyrics ?
B3 Ante Room ↓ mp3 Get lyrics ?
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In studio record of this release "Tenors Anyone?" attended those artists:

Bill Anthony (Bass, tracks A3),  Gene Ramey (Bass, tracks AB1 to B6),  Nabil Totah (Bass, tracks A2),  Wendell Marshall (Bass, tracks A1, A4),  Carlos Vidal (Congas, tracks AB1 to B6),  Charlie Perry (Drums, tracks AB1 to B6),  Gus Johnson (Drums, tracks A2, A3),  Sonny Payne (Drums, tracks A1, A4),  Freddie Green (Guitar, tracks A1, A4),  Jimmy Raney (Guitar, tracks AB1 to B6),  Howard Cook (Liner Notes),  Al Haig (Piano, tracks AB1 to B6),  John Williams (5) (Piano),  Nat Pierce (Piano, tracks A1, A4),  Chuck Darwin (Producer),  Gene Roland (Trumpet, tracks A4),  Jerome Lloyd (Trumpet, tracks A2),  Link (Written By),  Marvell (Written By),  Strachey (Written By),  Jerome Lloyd (Written By),  Cahn (Written By),  Stordahl (Written By),  Weston (Written By),  Darwin (Written By),  Lewis (Written By),  Sykes (Written By),  Al Haig (Written-By),  Levinson (Written By),  Neiburg (Written By),  Symes (Written By),  Jimmy Raney (Written-By),  Burke (Written By),  Johnston (Written By),  Al Haig (Written-By),  Al Haig (Written-By), 

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