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Blues For Bud

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Blues Enough
5:34
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Sonoro
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They Say It's Wonderful
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Black Forest
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Children's Play
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Blues For Bud
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Spanish Steps
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Dangerous
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My Romance
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Spanish Steps
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Black Forrest
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Total Tracks: 11   Total Length: 61:25

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eMusic Features

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Shorty Rogers and the Migration of the Cool

By Kevin Whitehead, Contributor

Some good music never goes out of style: Jazz fans everywhere revere the cooking hard bop of the 1950s. So why is the other big '50s trend, cool jazz, barely on modern radar? If you want to know how fresh and airy it still sounds, hear trumpeter/composer/arranger/cool exemplar Shorty Rogers on "Popo," "Didi," "Four Mothers" and "Sam and the Lady" from his first 1951 octet session: tightly arranged, swinging jazz with breezy orchestral colors, and… more »

They Say All Music Guide

One of pianist Hampton Hawes’ better sets, this CD reissue features Hawes during a European tour in a trio with bassist Jimmy Woode and drummer Art Taylor. Hawes both explores his bebop roots and contributes new material that shows that he was aware of McCoy Tyner and the more advanced players of the era. Among the highlights are “Blues Enough,” “Sonora,” “Blues For Bud” (which is one of five previously unreleased performances included in the 11 tracks) and “Spanish Steps.” Recommended. – Scott Yanow