Zoot Sims Quietly There: Zoot Sims Plays Johnny Mandel XRCD
Zoot Sims Quietly There: Zoot Sims Plays Johnny Mandel XRCD

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Zoot Sims Quietly There: Zoot Sims Plays Johnny Mandel XRCD

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SKU:
JVCXR-0040
UPC:
693692004021
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Mastered by Alan Yoshida!

Zoot Sims and Johnny Mandel came out of the same milieu of bebop and the big bands. In the early 1950's, Mandel put down his brass instruments to concentrate on composing and arranging. Sims wore a few more coats of varnish off his old Selmer and added increasing luster to his talent, becoming one of the most admired tenor saxophonists of his generation. Thirty years after his fateful decision. Mandel was acclaimed for his scores and had produced beloved songs like "A Time For Love," "Emily, " and "The Shadow Of Your Smile." When his music and Sims were brought together by producer Norman Granz for this album, it was a convergence of paths that seemed inevitable. Zoot caresses some of Mandel's best known songs. He plays one Mandel named for him and revisits "Low Life," a classic Mandel jazz compositions from the fifties.

Zoot caresses some of Mandel’s best known songs including: "A Time for Love" and "Low Life." This beautiful recording was engineered at Oceanway in Hollywood by Allen Sides.

Musicians:
Zoot Sims, tenor saxophone
Mike Wofford, piano
Chuck Berghofer, bass
Nick Ceroli, drums
Victor Feldman, percussion


1. Cinnamon and Cloves
2. A Time For Love
3. Zoot
4. Quietly There
5. Emily
6. Low Life
Description
Click Here for Sound Samples!

Mastered by Alan Yoshida!

Zoot Sims and Johnny Mandel came out of the same milieu of bebop and the big bands. In the early 1950's, Mandel put down his brass instruments to concentrate on composing and arranging. Sims wore a few more coats of varnish off his old Selmer and added increasing luster to his talent, becoming one of the most admired tenor saxophonists of his generation. Thirty years after his fateful decision. Mandel was acclaimed for his scores and had produced beloved songs like "A Time For Love," "Emily, " and "The Shadow Of Your Smile." When his music and Sims were brought together by producer Norman Granz for this album, it was a convergence of paths that seemed inevitable. Zoot caresses some of Mandel's best known songs. He plays one Mandel named for him and revisits "Low Life," a classic Mandel jazz compositions from the fifties.

Zoot caresses some of Mandel’s best known songs including: "A Time for Love" and "Low Life." This beautiful recording was engineered at Oceanway in Hollywood by Allen Sides.

Musicians:
Zoot Sims, tenor saxophone
Mike Wofford, piano
Chuck Berghofer, bass
Nick Ceroli, drums
Victor Feldman, percussion


1. Cinnamon and Cloves
2. A Time For Love
3. Zoot
4. Quietly There
5. Emily
6. Low Life
Genre
Jazz
If Can Be Discounted
YES
Discontinued
NO
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Artist
Zoot Sims
Title
Quietly There: Zoot Sims Plays Johnny Mandel
Composer
Additional Artists
Mike Wofford, Chuck Berghofer, Nick Ceroli, Victor Feldman
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Multi Channel
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1
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