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Toots Sweet (Remastered 2014)

Conte Candoli

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1
Toots Sweet
Conte Candoli; Bill Holman; Leroy Vinnegar; Lou Levy; Lawrance Marable
5:26
2
Jazz City Blues
Conte Candoli; Bill Holman; Leroy Vinnegar; Lou Levy; Lawrance Marable
4:12
3
My Old Flame
Conte Candoli; Bill Holman; Leroy Vinnegar; Lou Levy; Lawrance Marable
5:43
4
Full Count
Conte Candoli; Bill Holman; Leroy Vinnegar; Lou Levy; Lawrance Marable
6:24
5
I'm Getting Sentimental Over You
Conte Candoli; Bill Holman; Leroy Vinnegar; Lou Levy; Lawrance Marable
3:11
6
Four
Conte Candoli; Bill Holman; Leroy Vinnegar; Lou Levy; Lawrance Marable
3:57
7
Groovin' Higher
Conte Candoli; Bill Holman; Leroy Vinnegar; Lou Levy; Lawrance Marable
5:11
Total Playing Time    34:04
Originally released on 10-inch vinyl in 1955 under the title Conte Candoli, this reissue from West Coast jazz trumpeter Conte Candoli shows a strong Miles Davis influence. The album is also notable for the performances of Candoli's session musicians, specifically tenor sax player Bill Holman.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM - Bethlehem Records Studio Masters

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