Sunday, November 21, 2010

Tommy Flanagan - The Tokyo Recital (Pablo 1975)



Tommy Flanagan on piano, Keter Bets on bass and Bobby Durham on drums in an outstanding all-Ellington/Strayhorn set. Fantastic JVC K2 sound. Enough said.

Track Listing:

1. All Day Long
2. U.M.M.G. (Upper Manhattan Medical Group)
3. Something to Live For
4. Main Stem
5. Day Dream
6. The Intimacy of the Blues
7. Caravan
8. Chelsea Bridge
9. Take the "A" Train

Personnel:
Tommy Flanagan (piano); Keter Betts (bass); Bobby Durham (drums)

Liner Note Authors: Benny Green; Norman Granz

Recording information: Tokyo, Japan (02/15/1975)

Photographer: Norman Granz

15 comments:

d3lta said...

http://lix.in/-9742cd

stuckinthe70s said...

thanks - steve.

cargo said...

Please, what is the password?

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Melanchthon said...

Thank You ! A great, great record !

FRAGA said...

Please, what is the password?

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gianni said...

Please, can jou tell me the password

El Rana said...

WOW !

This is amazing !!It sounds very warm !!

I'm listening to UMMG and it swings like crazy !

Thank you !!

Francisco

Anonymous said...

what do you, dear d3lta, mean by adjacent posts?

H@M@DY said...
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Anonymous said...

So are the links too secret? :) Lovely blog none the same, great info and great taste in music. Peace.

Anonymous said...

for pw pls check at bottom of page

Philo said...

Tommy Flanagan - Tokyo Recital

Fine music, great audio quality.

Thanks.

Anonymous said...

What an amazing blog, pity that most links are dead, like this one. Even the password link isn't working. Could you please re-up? Thank you in advance and happy new year!