Triple Play

Dizzy Gillespie

Triple Play 83451
  • Release Date: 01 Aug 1998
  • Label: TELARC
  • Genre: JAZZ
  • CAT # 83451-25

    DISC ONE  
    1. Billie's Bounce 14:41
    2. Confirmation 10:35
    3. Mood Indigo 12:51
    4. Straight No Chaser 11:27
    5. A Night in Tunisia 16:40
    DISC TWO  
    1. Billie's Bounce 15:28
    2. Bebop 11:52
    3. Ornithology 10:54
    4. Anthropology 11:02
    5. Oo Pa Pa Da 11:30
    6. The Diamond Jubilee Blues 1:53
    7. The Theme 1:40
    1. Ornithology 15:31
    2. Con Alma 9:31
    3. Confirmation 10:41
    4. A Night in Tunisia 21:46
    5. The Diamond Jubilee Blues 4:15
    6. Theme 1:25

The third issue of Telarc's popular Triple Play series presents the final recordings made live at the Blue Note by Dizzy Gillespie and a star-studded lineup of guests. Includes three previously-released albums, specially packaged and priced.

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