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East Coast Jazz, Vol. 2 (Original Recording Remastered 2013)

The Vinnie Burke Quartet

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1
For All We Know
The Vinnie Burke Quartet
2:16
2
Continental
The Vinnie Burke Quartet
2:49
3
Yesterdays
The Vinnie Burke Quartet
3:14
4
Time Out
The Vinnie Burke Quartet
2:40
5
Softly as a Morning Sunrise
The Vinnie Burke Quartet
1:23
6
Honeysuckle Rose
The Vinnie Burke Quartet
2:20
7
Imagination
The Vinnie Burke Quartet
2:41
8
On the Alamo
The Vinnie Burke Quartet
4:01
Total Playing Time    21:24
This release from the Vinnie Burke Quartet is one of the earliest volumes in the East Coast Jazz series, the brainchild of Bethlehem Records producer Creed Taylor, who launched the albums in 1954 to distinguish new music emerging in New York from the new jazz coming out of Los Angeles and San Francisco. The Vinnie Burke Quartet became known for its relatively unconventional lineup of instruments that included Ronny Odrich on clarinet and flute and Don Burns on accordion.
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