Genre: Jazz
Label: Venus
Size: 12"
Format: 33RPM,


The Bill Crow Quartet Jazz Anecdotes 180g LP

The Bill Crow Quartet

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Bassist Sideman Turns Band Leader On 180g Vinyl LP!

Bassist Bill Crow is better known as being a sideman in the band rather than a leader, but on this set for the Venus label he steps into the lead role.

The intimate sound of this very well-knit quartet throughout the sessions make this a warmly recommended title for fans of swing, bop, or cool jazz.
-Ken Dryden, AllMusic


  • 180g Vinyl
  • Mixed and Mastered by Tetsuo Hara
  • Venus Hyper Magnum Sound Direct Mix Stereo
  • Obi strip
  • Made in Japan


Bill Crow bass
Carmen Leggio tenor sax
Joe Cohn guitar
David Jones drums


Side A:

  1. Jazz Anecdotes
  2. 'Round Midnight
  3. Bohemia After Dark
  4. Speak Low

Side B:

  1. Mack The Knife
  2. Lover, Come Back To Me
  3. These Foolish Things
  4. Tickletoe

Recorded at Ven Gelder Studio on November 19 and 20, 1996 in New Jersey.

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