[Dixielandjazz] Clark Terry
marekboym at gmail.com
Thu Mar 5 08:05:31 PST 2009
On 03/03/2009, ROBERT R. CALDER <serapion at btinternet.com> wrote:
> I owe Marek a response to a mail which my computer seems to have eaten -- but he needn't feel ashamed at liking Clark Terry,
I don't, really. If I had, I'd not have admitted my admiration for
Terry, whom I've heard live quite a few times (Nice, France; The
Hague, The Netherlands). Still, I'm not too crazy for his bop
playing, and I still don't like the 1949 Basie Combo with Terry and
Buddy de Franco, which, with few exceptions, I find boppish and
lifeless. Might it be pre-Duke and post-Duke?
. To judge from Dewey Jackson on the Don Ewell gig taped by Bob Koester
Haven't yet heard that one.
> Hardly surprising that Clark made such sweet music with Mr. Traditionalism Revisited Brookmeyer (beloved of Roy Williams) especially with Roger Kellaway playing stride piano, before non-musical problems separated the hornmen.
Still have to hear that one, although I have rwo Terry-Brookmeyer LP s.
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