Live At The 1965 Monterey Jazz Festival

Dizzy Gillespie

Live At The 1965 Monterey Jazz Festival MP3 MJFR 30337 25
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    1. Introduction
    2. Trinidad, Goodbye 9:01
    3. The Day After 5:05
    4. Poor Joe 4:32
    5. Dizzy's Comedy Sketch 4:49
    6. A Night In Tunisia 10:46
    7. Band Introduction
    8. Ungawa 11:27
    9. Chega De Saudade (No More Blues) 1:50

This previously unreleased live album features Dizzy Gillespie on trumpet, James Moody playing flute & tenor saxophone, Kenny Barron on piano, Christopher White groovin' the bass, Rudy Collins playing drums and Big Black jammin' on congas. Produced by Jimmy Lyons, this album was recorded live at the Monterey Jazz Festival on September 19, 1965.

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