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Blues and Vanilla

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Released  1957
Artist  Jack Montrose
Producer  Shorty Rogers
Genre  Jazz
Blues and Vanilla (1956)  The Horn's Full (1956)
Release date  1957
Label  RCA Victor
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Recorded  November 13 and December 24, 1956 Radio Recorders, Los Angeles, CA
Jazz albums  Some Like It Hot, Leroy Walks!, Live at Slugs', Shelly Manne & His Friends, Chet Baker Big Band

Blues and Vanilla is an album by saxophonist Jack Montrose's Quintet with Red Norvo recorded in 1956 for the RCA Victor label.

Contents

Reception

AllMusic rated the album with 3 stars; in his review, Ken Dryden states: "The cool-toned nature of the tenor saxophonist's compositions and arrangements fits in with the so-called West Coast jazz genre, though like many of the musicians labeled as such, Montrose is not a native of the region".

Track listing

All compositions by Jack Montrose except as indicated

  1. "Concertina da Camera (Blues and Vanilla)" - 18:30
  2. "Bockhanal" - 3:44
  3. "Don't Get Around Much Anymore" (Duke Ellington, Bob Russell) - 5:48
  4. "Bernie's Tune" (Bernie Miller) - 3:19
  5. "For the Fairest" - 3:36
  6. "A Dandy Line" - 2:50

Personnel

  • Jack Montrose - tenor saxophone, arranger
  • Red Norvo - vibraphone
  • Joe Maini - alto saxophone (track 1)
  • Jim Hall - guitar (tracks 2-6)
  • Max Bennett (tracks 2-6), Walter Clark (track 1) - bass
  • Bill Dolney (tracks 2-6), Shelly Manne (track 1) - drums
  • Songs

    1Concertina Da Camera18:30
    2Bockhanal3:44
    3Don't Get Around Much Any5:48

    References

    Blues and Vanilla Wikipedia


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