The Artistry Of The Modern Jazz Quartet

The Modern Jazz Quartet

The Artistry Of The Modern Jazz Quartet
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    1. La Ronde 3:07
    2. Rose Of The Rio Grande 2:14
    3. The Queen's Fancy 3:14
    4. Delaunay's Dilemma 4:01
    5. In A Sentimental Mood 3:21
    6. The Stopper 2:58
    7. Almost Like Being In Love 3:25
    8. No Moe 3:29
    9. Django 7:04
    10. One Bass Hit 3:01
    11. Milano 4:23
    12. Ralph's New Blues 7:13
    13. I'll Remember April 5:10
    14. Concorde 3:34
    15. Softly, As In A Morning Sunrise 8:00

Milt Jackson, John Lewis, Percy Heath, Connie Kay, Kenny Clarke with Sonny Rollins

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