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The Allan Vache Sextette - Swing And Other Things (1997)

16-07-2014, 20:01
Music | Jazz

The Allan Vache Sextette - Swing And Other Things (1997)

Artist: The Allan Vache Sextette
Title Of Album: Swing And Other Things
Year Of Release: 1997
Genre: Jazz Instrument, Swing, Clarinet
Label: Arbors Records
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 66:33
Total Size: 156 Mb
Covers: Front

01. June Night (5:04)
02. Nancy With The Laughing Face (4:03)
03. Topsy (4:23)
04. Just One Of Those Things (5:11)
05. Indian Summer (4:58)
06. Rachel's Dream (3:35)
07. Autumn Leaves (5:11)
08. Limehouse Blues (5:49)
09. You Turned The Tables On Me 2 (4:48)
10. Hi Ya Sophia (3:23)
11. Time After Time (5:30)
12. He Loves And She Loves (5:05)
13. Cheek To Cheek (9:26)

Allan Vache, best known for his longtime association with Jim Cullum, is a fiery, chance-taking clarinetist whose main influence is Benny Goodman. The BG connection is felt even stronger than usual on this CD due to the instrumentation (the same as the first Benny Goodman Sextet), the 1940s-era standards, and the playing of the sidemen. Pianist Johnny Varro has long kept Teddy Wilson's sound alive, vibraphonist John Cocuzzi recalls both Lionel Hampton and Red Norvo, and brother/cornetist Warren Vache makes a welcome guest appearance on "Cheek to Cheek"; it is a pity that he is not on more selections. Although a touch derivative, Allan Vache is heard in top form throughout the enjoyable set, and such rarely performed numbers as "June Night," "Rachel's Dream" and Mel Powell's "Hi Ya, Sophia" are among the highlights. ~ Scott Yanow

Recording information: Edison Studios, New York, NY (06/11/1996). Arrangers: John Sheridan; Johnny Varro.

Personnel: Allan Vaché (clarinet); Bucky Pizzarelli (guitar); Warren Vaché (cornet); Johnny Varro (piano); Ed Metz, Jr. (drums).

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