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Hurry Home Hurry Home (alt. take) Afro Paris (inc.) Afro Paris (alt.) Say Eh! Say Eh! (alt. take) Cripple Crapple Crutch Dizzy Song (Lady Bird) Somebody Loves Me I Cover the Waterfront She's Funny That Way (alt. take) She's Funny That Way
|Instruments||Music and Musicians|
|Accompanist/ Conductor||Don Byas, Arnold Ross, Joe Benjamin, Bill Clark, Humberto Canto, Bill Tamper, Hubert Fol, Tarmond Fol, Pierre Michelot, Pierre Lemarchand|
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- Dizzy GillespieReview by Simon Sez
While the great tenor-saxophonist Don Byas is on some of these selections, Dizzy dominates the music. His solos on “Somebody Loves Me” and “I Cover The Waterfront” practically rewrite those tunes, telling listeners that this is the way they should sound. His singing on “Cripple Crapple Crutch” lets one know that he could have been a blues singer if he had not picked up the horn. But I don’t need to say any more. Listeners will havea great time listening to Dizzy Gillespie’s Havin’ A Good Time In Paris.
Simon Sez: Want to have a great time? Listen to Dizzy Gillespie’s Havin’ A Good Time In Paris (IC7010). Dizzy will make you smile.
(Posted on 5/6/2014)
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