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on 30 April 2015
This was recorded on a single day in a studio with a small but enthusiastic audience. On hand were the marvellous, recently-formed, Clifford Brown-Max Roach quintet (with tenorman Harold Land and Bud Powell's kid brother Richie on piano), trumpeters Clark Terry and Maynard Ferguson, Herb Geller on alto saxophone, Dinah’s own pianist, Junior Mance, and bassist Keeter Betts. There are a number of feature numbers and a ballad medley, but the outstanding tracks are three lengthy jam numbers - "You Go To My Head", "I've Got You Under My Skin" and, above all, the thrilling "Lover Come Back to Me" with solos all round. Great stuff.
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on 18 March 2009
i have the vinyl of this album and its fantastic im not a massive jazz lover but when you find the good stuff its fab and this is one of my my top 20 albums of all time love you go to my head an album worth owning on vinyl and cd its sounds good on the old record machine gives it a nostalgia feeling wish i was there lol love my oldies!! dinah washington r.i.p
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on 15 June 2015
Great cd. Great musicians.
I still have it on tape but no proper tape deck anymore. Glad I bought it again.
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on 23 June 2016
Great for not only Dinah but the great Clifford Brown. A must for lovers of either.
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on 10 February 2015
a classic recording, which should be in every Jazz lovers collection.
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