Clifford Brown | The Paris Collection, Vol. 2

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The Paris Collection, Vol. 2

by Clifford Brown

The second volume showcasing the creativity of one of the greatest players to pick up a trumpet.
Genre: Jazz: Bebop
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1. Minority
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5:29 album only
2. Minority (Take 2)
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5:33 album only
3. Minority (Take 3)
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5:36 album only
4. Salute to the Band Box
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5:46 album only
5. Salute to the Band Box (Take 2)
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5:48 album only
6. Strictly Romantic
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4:19 album only
7. Baby
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5:48 album only
8. Baby (Take 2)
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4:42 album only
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Turn on a jazz program, and chances are you'll run across the sweet sounds of Clifford Brown. In the 22 short years Brownie lived, he made such huge contributions to the jazz world that his name is remembered fondly to this day. This album, recorded on October 8, 1953 in Paris, is a wonderful glimpse at his genius. The first track, "Minority," written by alto sax player Gigi Gryce, is given three separate takes, along with two takes each on "Baby" and "Salute to the Band Box." These alternates allow you the unique opportunity to hear the process of development and variation that Brownie and these all-star players enjoy. An exciting album, long overdue to be reissued!


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