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by Tim Armacost/New York Standards Quartet

This studio album is a serious step up from NYSQ's debut lIve recording. One record company decided against taking a risk on this music, saying, "There's no market for such an artistic recording." Fortunately, Challenge Records thought otherwise!
Genre: Jazz: Modern Creative Jazz
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1. How High The Moon
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8:19 album only
2. Polka Beamlet #1
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1:00 album only
3. All the Things You Are
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5:01 album only
4. Polka Beamlet #2
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0:49 album only
5. Stablemates
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7:09 album only
6. But Beautiful
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4:20 album only
7. Lunar
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6:50 album only
8. Interplay
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5:51 album only
9. Two Meetings
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2:09 album only
10. Thy Ballet Girl Stirs (by Starlight)
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6:25 album only
11. After Thought
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0:36 album only
12. Summer Night
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13. Polka Beamlet #3
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0:54 album only
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
To quote David Berkman from the Album liner notes:
This music is "like seeing a beautiful mysterious woman dressed in an alluring dress with all the right parts missing, and as your eyes slowly pan upward, moving hungrily along the contours and folds of the fabric, straining here and there against the curves of her body, you suddenly realize that it's your father! Well, something like that."


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