Sultry Serenade

Sultry Serenade

by Jim Beebe
     
 

This is a high-quality Dixieland/swing set recommended to lovers of classic jazz. The musicianship in Jim Beebe's group is quite high; the standards are given fresh interpretations, and there is plenty of variety. In addition to the leader's fluent trombone, the band features cornetist Connie Jones (who onSee more details below

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This is a high-quality Dixieland/swing set recommended to lovers of classic jazz. The musicianship in Jim Beebe's group is quite high; the standards are given fresh interpretations, and there is plenty of variety. In addition to the leader's fluent trombone, the band features cornetist Connie Jones (who on ballads occasionally hints strongly at Wild Bill Davison), John Otto on clarinet and alto, the fine stride piansit Paul Asaro, bassist John Rany and drummer Johnie Faren. Singer Judi K. is a welcome addition on five numbers, including "Blue Prelude" and a spirited "This Joint Is Jumpin'." Other highlights include an upbeat "Chicago," "Bye & Bye" (which has a surprise "glee club" vocal from the group), Johnie Faren's feature on "Drummin' Man," and the Duke Ellington-associated title cut. This is a difficult release to resist, particularly for listeners who enjoy hearing three horns jamming together.

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Product Details

Release Date:
11/12/1996
Label:
Delmark
UPC:
0038153023027
catalogNumber:
230

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Album Credits

Performance Credits

Jim Beebe   Primary Artist,Trombone
John Bany   Bass
Judi K.   Vocals
Jim Beebe's Chicago Jazz   Track Performer
Johnie Faren   Drums
John Otto   Clarinet,Alto Saxophone
Connie Jones   Cornet
Paul Asaro   Piano

Technical Credits

Paul Serrano   Engineer
Jimmy Mundy   Composer
Jim Beebe   Producer
Trummy Young   Composer
Robert G. Koester   Producer
Johnny Mercer   Composer
Kate Hoddinott   Session Photographer
Paige Van Vorst   Liner Notes
Connie Jones   Arranger
RGK   Producer

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