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Terry, Clark: Having Fun

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Mumbles
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Ask Me Now
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Meet the Flinstones
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The Nearness of You
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It Isn't Easy Being Green
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Snapper
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Never
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Don't Blame Me
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Imagination
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Laura
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Mule's Soft Claw
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Tee Pee Time
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Total Tracks: 12   Total Length: 70:40

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Personnel

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Clark Terry (vocals, trumpet, flugelhorn); Major Holley (vocals); Red Holloway (alto saxophone, tenor saxophone); Bunky Green (alto saxophone); John Campbell (piano); Lewis Nash (drums). Dec 14, 1992 on the Delos label.

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The title of this CD definitely fits not only its music but Clark Terry’s career. The colorful flugelhornist is teamed with Red Holloway doubling on tenor and alto, bassist Major Holley (who sings along with his bass in his solos), pianist Jon Campbell and drummer Lewis Nash. Since C.T., Holloway and Holley were all humorists, the music is not only swinging, but quite enthusiastic. With titles like “Mumbles,” “Meet the Flintstones,” “The Snapper” and “Mule’s Soft Claw,” the humor isn’t unexpected. An excellent and consistently swinging date. – Scott Yanow