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52nd Street Themes

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Released  April 25, 2000
Length  1:07:32
Release date  25 April 2000
Label  Blue Note Records
Recorded  November 3–4, 1999
Artist  Joe Lovano
Producer  Joe Lovano
Genre  Jazz
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Studio  Avatar Studios, New York
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Similar  Joe Lovano albums, Jazz albums

52nd Street Themes is a studio album by the American jazz saxophonist Joe Lovano. It was recorded in early November 1999 and released via the Blue Note label on April 25, 2000. The album won the Grammy Award as Best Large Jazz Ensemble Album. It is named after the jazz standard by Thelonious Monk.

Contents

Credits

  • Alto saxophone – Steve Slagle
  • Tenor saxophone – Joe Lovano, George Garzone, Ralph Lalama
  • Baritone saxophone – Gary Smulyan
  • Trumpet – Tim Hagans
  • Trombone – Conrad Herwig
  • Piano – John Hicks
  • Bass – Dennis Irwin
  • Drums – Lewis Nash
  • Arrangements for nonet – Willie "Face" Smith
  • Songs

    1If You Could See Me Now3:54
    2On A Misty Night5:03
    3Sippin' At Bells5:11

    References

    52nd Street Themes Wikipedia


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