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on 21 February 2013
From the relaxed voice of Ronnie Scott as he introduces Johnny Griffin accompanied by Stan Tracy on piano; this leads into a mellow version of "All the things you are" with on bass Malcolm Cecil & Jackie Dougan on drums.
This CD reeks with nostalgia of the old London Town in the days that The Beatles still hung out in Hamburg & the world was innocent shrugging of the Cuban Crisis with the death of a president.
This brings back the days of Ronnie's when the sweat dripped down the musicians face onto his keys.
This is the reason for archives just pop on the CD and remember how we arrived at this stage.
There is also great versions of "Straight No Chaser" & "Little Man You've Had a Busy Day".
It finishes with an interview with Johnny of 5.40 minutes.
Recording quality also is great.