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Elvis

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Baritone Saxophone – Pepper Adams
Bass – Wilbur Ware Drums – "Philly" Joe Jones
Piano – Kenny Drew
Tenor Saxophone – Johnny Griffin
Trumpet – Donald Byrd

Recorded in New York; February 25, 1958.
Producer – Orrin Keepnews

A1 Stix' Trix 0:00
A2 What's New? 7:42
A3 Woody'n You 15:36
B1 Johnny G.G 21:48
B2 Catharsis 31:34
 

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From - Power On!

German 1970s Fusion. Drummer Kurt Bong can also be heard on Jon Hendricks 1972 live LP "Cloudburst", recorded at the munich jazz club "domicile". Later he became leader of the HR-Big Band (radio broadcast band) from 1989-1999.
 

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I was just listening to some Emily Remler the other day.
Sad how her life went.

 

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OP's comments: On the Saturday afternoon of the 6th Jazzing Festival, September 2019, there was a concert at the Bar Colombia in Sant Andreu town centre with Joan Chamorro, Andrea Motis, Carla Motis and Josep Traver plus some of the Sant Andreu Jazz Band including Joan Marti, Alba Armengou, Elia Bastida, Alba Esteban, Pablo Ruiz and Anastasia Ivanova (their guest from Moscow) here performing 'On the Sunny Side of the Street.'

I had to look it up, but the "Sant Andreu" the OP's referring to is Sant Andreu de Palomar. A neighborhood in Barcelona, Spain.
These kids are petty good, if you ask me!

Elvis
 

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This intro has been stuck in my head for days and I finally remembered who it was, so I had to post it. Drove me nuts! :banghead:

 


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