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Jim Hall - 1975 - Concierto (vinyl 24 96) 24 bit, 96 KHz vinyl rip. Jim Hall's Concierto was arguably the greatest LP in the history of CTI; now that it has been reissued (for a second time as a CD), the improved sound and packaging plus three more new tracks eclipse the earlier CD reissue on CBS Associated. With Chet Baker, Roland Hanna and Paul Desmond, Hall is perfectly complemented. A master of melody who never wastes notes, the centerpiece for this release is Hall's interpretation of one movement from Joaquín Rodrigo's "Guitar Concerto," arranged by Don Sebesky. New tracks include alternate takes of "You'd Be So Nice to Come Home To" and "Rock Skippin'," plus "Unfinished Business," an incomplete track that fades following Desmond's solo just as Hall starts to play (This song is actually "La Paloma Azul," a Mexican folk tune played by Paul Desmond with the Dave Brubeck Quartet about a decade earlier, also known as "The Blue Dove"). (AllMusic) Track list: A1 You'd Be So Nice To Come Home To A2 Two's Blues A3 The Answer Is Yes B1 Concierto de Aranjuez Personnel: Jim Hall - guitar Paul Desmond - saxophone Chet Baker - trumpet Ron Carter - bass Steve Gadd - drums Roland Hanna - electric piano Enjoy and share!
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