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In A Mellow Tone

In A Mellow Tone
Wednesday December 12th, 2018 with Jim Reil
Hidden Treasures: Superb recordings I didn't know I had

One of the pleasures of having way too many CDs is coming across treasures you didn’t know you had. Tonight I’m featuring two of these. From 1964 comes vibraphonist Walt Dickerson’s Impressions of a Patch of Blue, with a very rare and very fine sideman appearance from pianist Sun Ra. And then it’s on to the 1995 recording My Foolish Heart from bassist George Mraz, joined by pianist Richie Beirach (one of my favourites) and drummer Billy Hart.
A Patch Of Blue Part 1
Walt Dickerson Quartet - Impressions of A Patch Of Blue
A Patch Of Blue Part 2
Walt Dickerson Quartet - Impressions of A Patch Of Blue
Bacon and Eggs
Walt Dickerson Quartet - Impressions of A Patch Of Blue
High Hopes
Walt Dickerson Quartet - Impressions of A Patch Of Blue
Alone in the Park Part 1
Walt Dickerson Quartet - Impressions of A Patch Of Blue
Alone in the Park Part 2
Walt Dickerson Quartet - Impressions of A Patch Of Blue
Selina's Fantasy
Walt Dickerson Quartet - Impressions of A Patch Of Blue
Thataway
Walt Dickerson Quartet - Impressions of A Patch Of Blue
Alice in Wonderland
George Mraz - My Foolish Heart
Sunday's Song
George Mraz - My Foolish Heart
Picturesque
George Mraz - My Foolish Heart
Passion Flower
George Mraz - My Foolish Heart
Icicles
George Mraz - My Foolish Heart
Ask Me Now
George Mraz - My Foolish Heart
Blue In Green
George Mraz - My Foolish Heart
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