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Various Artists: Australian Jazz in the 70’s (vol 2) (1972)

Australian Jazz in the 70's

Side 1 – The Storyville Jazzmen:

Track list:

A1 01. Benny’s Bugle
A2 02. What Am I Here For ?
A3 03. Soft Sounds
A4 04. She’s Funny That Way
A5 05. I Got It Bad, and That Ain’t Good
A6 06. That’s-A-Plenty

Personnel:

Dick Tattum – trumpet
Ian Walker – clarinet, tenor sax, soprano sax
Kenn Jones – tenor sax, baritone sax, clarinet
John Murray – trombone
David Campbell – piano
John Brown – banjo, guitar
Fred Stephenson – bass
Allan Leake – drums

Recorded in concert at Dallas Brooks Hall, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia; May 9, 1972:

liner notes: Allan Leake

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Side 2 – Mood Indigo:

Track list:

B1 07. Soft Winds
B2 08. Sweet Like This
B3 09. High Society
B4 10. Mournful Serenade
B5 11. You And I
B6 12. If I Thought You’d Ever Change Your Mind
B7 13. Ellington Medley
B7 13a. I Let A Song Go Out Of My Heart
B7 13b. I Didn’t Know About You
B7 13c. What Am I Here For ?
B8 14. When I Fall In Love

Personnel:

Graham Coyle – piano
Greg Gibson – clarinet, sax, flute
John Stear – bass
Colin Hoorweg – drums

Recorded at the home of Jimmy and Norma Lole, Canberra, A.C.T., Australia; October 22, 1972

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This compilation:
Released: 1972
Label: Jazznote – JNLP-005/S
Technical Direction: east Recording Co.

Cover Design: MIN and DUKE
Produced by Jazznote
P.O. Box 111
Kew
Victoria 3101
Australia

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In presenting this series, the producers of JAZZNOTE hope to preserve for the future, recorded examples of the music played by recognised established jazz groups during this decade.

It is our aim to eventually encompass all styles of jazz and blues as played throughout Australia.

Despite the limited opportunities available and its relatively small population, Australia enjoys a world-wide reputation as a strong-hold for jazz and, indeed, in the years to come might well become one of the leaders in this field.

We sincerely hope that this cross-sectional cover of the development of Australian Jazz over this period will be a worthwhile contribution to the history of the music in this country.

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