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Foolish Memories

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Larry's Delight
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In A Sentimental Mood
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Al-leu-cha
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Foolish Memories
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D's Dilemma
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Farmer's Market
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Total Tracks: 6   Total Length: 37:09

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Mr. Mellifluous: A Listener’s Guide to Benny Golson

By Kevin Whitehead, Contributor

Most jazz fans recognize Benny Golson's tunes, even if they don't know who wrote them. Art Blakey played "Blues March" every night for decades, "Stablemates" has been a jam session favorite even longer, and mastering "I Remember Clifford" is a trumpeter's rite of passage. Golson's melodies sound good on their own, and have a way of slyly drawing improvisers in. His tunes have such strong shapes, soloists need only hint at their contours to sound focused… more »

They Say All Music Guide

Flugelhornist Art Farmer has lived in Europe (mostly Austria) since 1968 but not many of his European sessions have been available domestically. This Optimism CD contains music originally released by the Bellaphon label. Farmer heads a European quintet that features the tenor of Harry Sokal and his longtime pianist Fritz Pauer. Pauer contributed two of the six selections which include Duke Ellington’s “In a Sentimental Mood,” “Ah-Leu-Cha” (which is mistakenly attributed to Charlie Parker) and the umpteenth remake of “Farmer’s Market.” The swinging bop-oriented music on this fairly obscure release is enjoyable enough although not particularly unique. – Scott Yanow

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