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One Night With Blue Note / Town Hall, NYC (1985)

One Night With Blue Note / Town Hall, NYC (1985)

One Night With Blue Note / Town Hall, NYC (1985). The evening of February 22, 1985 at New York Town Hall was truly the greatest. Famous jazz performers gathered and presented their viewers with more than 3 hours of the finest music, rich in solo and improvisation.

One Night With Blue Note / Town Hall, NYC (1985)

Cantaloupe Island
Recorda-me
Little B’s Poem
Bouquet
Jumpin’ Jack
Summertime
Moanin
Sweet and Lovely
Appointment in Ghana
Tone Poem
Blues Walk
The Jumpin’ Blues
Scratch My Back
Pontos Cantados

One Night With Blue Note / Town Hall, NYC (1985)

Freddie Hubbard – trumpet, flugelhorn;
Woody Shaw – trumpet;
Curtis Fuller – trombone;
James Newton – flute;
Grover Washington, Jr. – soprano saxophone;
Lou Donaldson, Jackie McLean – alto saxophone;
Charles Lloyd, Stanley Turrentine, Johnny Griffin, Joe Henderson – tenor saxophone;
Kenny Burrell, Stanley Jordan – guitar;
Jimmy Smith – organ;
Bobby Hutcherson – vibraphone;
Herbie Hancock, McCoy Tyner, Walter Davis, Jr., Michel Petrucciani, Cecil Taylor – piano;
Ron Carter, Cecil McBee, Reggie Workman – bass;
Art Blakey, Grady Tate, Jack DeJohnette, Tony Williams – drums.

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