Al Hirt

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Tracklist A1 Music To Watch Girls By 1:46 A2 Mas Que Nada 2:47 A3 Wilkommen (Welcome) 2:15 A4 Nature Boy 2:11 A5 Theme From “The Sand Pebbles” 2:34 A6 Blow Your Own Horn 2:52 B1 Yo-Yo (Puppet Song) 2:39 B2 Six Long Days (Sechs Tage Lang) 2:32 B3 His Girl 2:18 B4 Elmer’s Tune 2:25 B5 If You Go Away ...

Tracklist A1 Baia 2:30 A2 Frenesi 2:45 A3 Taboo 2:22 A4 Angelitos Negros 2:32 A5 Meditation (Meditacao) 2:51 A6 A Sky Without Stars (Un Cielo Sin Estrellas) 2:31 B1 Gringo A-Go-Go 2:13 B2 Manhã De Carnaval 3:06 B3 Margarita 2:47 B4 What A Diff’rence A Day Made 1:59 B5 Be True To Me (Sabor A Mi) 1:55 B6 Desafinado 2:41 ...

Track listing 1 Cotton Candy (Russ Damon) 2 Hello, Dolly! (Jerry Herman) 3 Django’s Castle (Django Reinhardt) 4 Moo Moo (Allen Toussaint) 5 Last Date (Floyd Cramer) 6 Big Man (Beasley Smith) 7 Walkin’ (Jerry Reed) 8 Too Late (Trop Tard) (Charles Aznavour) 9 Rumpus (Shurelon J. Jones) 10 Melissa (Tupper Saussy) 11 Walkin’ with Mr. Lee (Lee Allen) 12 ...

Review by Scott Yanow Trumpeter Al Hirt was heard at his best in the mid- to late 1950s, when his fame was mostly regional. Playing in his native New Orleans, Hirt and his sextet (which includes trombonist Bob Havens and clarinetist Harold Cooper) swing their way through a dozen Dixieland standards on his second of four albums in this series. ...

Review by Scott Yanow The first of four Al Hirt Audiophile albums recorded during the same year, this LP finds the trumpeter in prime form before he started making commercial hit records. With trombonist Bob Havens and clarinetist Harold Cooper completing the frontline, Hirt runs through an exciting set of Dixieland. This version of “Saints” is quite unusual, for Hirt ...

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