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Jazz Couriers: Tubby Hayes (tenor saxophone, vibraphone); Ronnie Scott (tenor saxophone); Terry Shannon (piano); Phil Bates (bass); Bill Eydon (drums).Additional personnel: Ji...Read more
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some of my best friends are blues
while I am yet to recieve this great little cd it will go a small way to completing my collection of britans top two jazz men of yesterday I seill await the bbc version of jaz...Read more

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1. Through the Night Roared the Overland Express
2. Royal Ascot
3. On a Misty Night
4. Cheek To Cheek
5. Oh My
6. Plebus
7. Reunion
8. Foggy Day
9. What is This Thing Called Love
10. Some of My Best Friends
11. Serpent
12. Guys and Dolls
13. Time Was
14. Speak Low
15. Cheek To Cheek

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Number of CDs:1
Recording Type:Mixed
EAN:0824046426521

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Jazz Couriers: Tubby Hayes (tenor saxophone, vibraphone); Ronnie Scott (tenor saxophone); Terry Shannon (piano); Phil Bates (bass); Bill Eydon (drums).Additional personnel: Jimmy Deuchar (trumpet).Engineers: Cyril Windowbanks, Bert Steffens, Terry Heneberry.Recorded on August 8 & 15, 1957 and live at the Dominion Theatre, London, England on February 16, 1958. Includes liner notes by Jeffrey Kruger and Tony Hall.

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some of my best friends are blues

Created: 26/04/10
while I am yet to recieve this great little cd it will go a small way to completing my collection of britans top two jazz men of yesterday I seill await the bbc version of jazz 625 that contains tubby hayes playing with the johnnie spence orchestra and ella fitzgerald on vocal it was shown on bbc in 1965 but never relleased on cd or record it can be seen on you tube and is a fantatic piece of british jazz history .
The story of tubby hayes is well known his death at an early age is also , I am proud to admit I meet him once or rather saw him play live in wood green and I rate him right up there with press
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