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The Buddy Tate Celebrity Club Orchestra - Unbroken (2015)

15-05-2015, 22:17
Music | Jazz

The Buddy Tate Celebrity Club Orchestra - Unbroken (2015)

Artist: Buddy Tate Celebrity Club Orchestra
Title Of Album: Unbroken
Year Of Release: 1970/2015
Genre: Jazz
Label: Edel Germany
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 40:49
Total Size: 101 MB
Covers: Front

01. Undecided (4:11)
02. Moten Swing (7:01)
03. Candy (5:13)
04. Ben's Broken Saxophone (3:56)
05. Airmail Special (4:15)
06. Body And Soul (4:36)
07. Tuxedo Junction (4:59)
08. One For Johnny (6:34)

Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Ben Richardson (4)
Bass – Eddie Jones
Clarinet – Ben Richardson (4)
Design – Heinz Bär
Drums – George Reed
Piano – Nat Pierce
Tenor Saxophone – Buddy Tate
Trombone – Eli Robinson
Trumpet – Wilbur Dud Bascomb

Starting in 1952 and continuing into the early 1970s, tenor saxophonist Buddy Tate worked regularly at the Celebrity Club in Harlem with his septet/octet, which he logically called the Celebrity Club Orchestra. Tate and his group made relatively few recordings, which makes this set (cut for MPS and last available domestically as a Pausa LP) quite valuable. In addition to Tate, the group features trumpeter Dud Bascomb (who was with Erskine Hawkins' Orchestra during the swing era), pianist Nat Pierce, bassist Eddie Jones, and such lesser-known players as trombonist Eli Robinson, Ben Richardson (on clarinet, alto and baritone) and drummer George Reed. The unit performs six veteran swing standards (including "Undecided," "Airmail Special" and "Tuxedo Junction") and a couple of basic originals. The enjoyable music swings hard.

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