Jutta Hipp Lost Tapes: The German Recordings 1952-1955

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  • Label: Jazzhaus


  • 1.Blues After Hours
  • 2.Erroll's Bounce
  • 3.Gone With the Wind
  • 4.You Go To My Head
  • 5.Out of Nowhere
  • 6.Stompin' At the Savoy
  • 7.What is This Thing Called Love?
  • 8.What's New
  • 9.Theses Foolish Things
  • 10.Lonesome Road
  • 11.Sound-Koller
  • 12.Come Back To Sorrento
  • 13.Moonlight In Vermont
  • 14.Daily Double
  • 15.Indian Summer
  • 16.Everything Happens To Me
  • 17.Serpentinen

Product Description:

A redhead with striking good looks, hypersensitive and outrageously talented - Jutta Hipp quickly became an object of attention in the early 1950s. She got to know all the jazz pioneers of the day: Emil and Albert Mangelsdorff, Joki Freund - and above all Hans Koller, whose admiration of Lester Young had a profound influence on her own performance style.

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