Mike Longo | I Miss You John

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I Miss You John

by Mike Longo

Swinging Be Bop based originals as well as standards played by some of the most oustanding artists in the jazz field including James Moody and Frank Wess. A must have for fans of hard swining, toe tappin' jazz.
Genre: Jazz: Bebop
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2. Lucky Seven
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3. Someone to Watch Over Me
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4. Heritage Mix
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5. Brother K
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6. I Miss You John
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7. Lion Tamers
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8. Desert Samba
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11. Forget The Woman
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Album Notes
When ascribing motives to certain recordings, the words "labor of love" are often misused or overused--but not so in the case of Mike Longo's "I Miss You John," a heartfelt tribute to Dizzy Gillespie that musically expresses the deep love and respect felt for one of the century's giants of jazz by his longtime pianist, music director, and friend. This is the sort of music that induced the celebrated Gillespie smile--driving, unpretentious riffs and burning solos. It is also tempered by the occasional introspective ballad and performed with the intensity and commitment the maestro admired.


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