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New Vibe Man in Town (Bonus Track Version)

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Joy Spring
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Over the Rainbow
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Like Someone in Love
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Minor Blues
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Our Waltz
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So Many Things
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Sir John
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You Stepped out of a Dream
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All the Things You Are (Bonus Track)
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Three-Four, The Blues (Bonus Track)
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Move (Bonus Track)
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Always (Bonus Track)
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Riot-Chorus (Bonus Track)
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Relaxing (Bonus Track)
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Total Tracks: 14   Total Length: 66:05

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Solid early sessions

WhiteAlbum

You can see why an 18-year-old Gary Burton was able to attract sidemen of the stature of Joe Morello. You can hear the quick-hearted step and the sensitive atmosphere that would build Burton's career.

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Two 1961 Albums for CBS

Nobby

Hank Garland & Gary Burton ‎– Three-Four The Blues (with Joe Banjamin on bass, Joe Morello on Drums and Hank garland Guitar) and New Vibe Man in Town (with Gene Cherico on Bass and joe Morello on Drums). Both very professional and promising debuts under BUrton's own name

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