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The Man I Love - Dave Pell Octet - I Had The Craziest Dream (CD, Album)

  1. JoJokus

    People In Love: B5: Star Eyes: Companies, etc. Dave Pell Octet: I Had The Craziest Dream Sell This Version: CDP 4 2 9: Dave Pell Octet: I Had The Craziest Dream ‎ (CD, Album, RE) Capitol Jazz: CDP 4 2 9: US: Sell This Version: Recommendations Reviews Add Review [r]4/5(2).
  2. Dabar

    Explore releases from Dave Pell Octet at Discogs. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from Dave Pell Octet at the Discogs Marketplace. Dave Pell Octet: I Had The Craziest Dream (Album) 4 versions: Capitol Dave Pell's Jazz Octet* A Pell Of A Time ‎ (CD, Album, RE) RCA: ND Spain: Sell This Version: Dave Pell Octet.
  3. Maukasa

    The success of the Dave Pell Octet was one of the fairy-tale stories of the West Coast jazz of the Fifties. Founded by Pell in , this small jazz group, drawn from the nucleus of Les Brown’s orchestra, was among the most popular jazz outfits in Southern California within months.
  4. Yozshujind

    i had the craziest dream () FULL ALBUM dave pell octet by Love Me As Though There Were No Tomorrow (Remastered) Never Let Me Go (Remastered ) by Nat King Cole. The Man I Love.
  5. Golabar

    This valuable reissue CD from has all of the first 13 selections that Pell recorded for Capitol -- eight from and the remainder from -- plus four titles (one previously unissued) led by trumpeter Don Fagerquist with a similar band in (one of only two opportunities that the underrated great had to head his own date)/
  6. Naramar

    This album by the Dave Pell Octet is a "concept" album and it is from the glorious The line up is stellar (especially the saxes-trumpet front line), Dave tenor, Bob Gordon bari, Don Fagerquist trumpet, Ray Sims bone, Tony Rizzi guitar, plus cents/5(5).
  7. Sakinos

    I love these Real Gone CD sets, and thought I'm a big jazz fan had never heard of saxophonist Dave Pell. Nonetheless, I took a chance on this set due to the quality of the sidemen. Anyone who could attract talent like Pepper Adams, Benny Carter, Tommy Tedesco, Art Pepper, Jack Sheldon, and John Williams was worth checking out/5(21).
  8. Natilar

    Here’s more about the Dave Pell Octet from Dave himself and from Michael Cuscuna in the form of insert notes excerpts from the CD reissue of I Had The Craziest Dream [Capitol Jazz CDP 4 .
  9. Kazrakora

    Four Classic Albums: The Dave Pell Octet Plays Rodgers & Hart/The Dave Pell Octet Plays Irving Berlin/The Old South Wails/I Remember John Kirby: Dave Pell: Trombone: Giants of the Big Band Era: Benny Goodman: Trombone:

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