Lucky Thompson A Proper Introduction to Lucky Thompson: Just One More Chance

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CD Details

  • Released: October 18, 2004
  • Label: Proper Introduction

Tracks:

  • 1.Test Pilots, Pts. 1 & 2 - Lucky Thompson, Thompson
  • 2.I'm in the Mood for Love - Lucky Thompson, Fields, Dorothy
  • 3.Sugar Hip - Lucky Thompson, Wells
  • 4.Why Not - Lucky Thompson, Thompson
  • 5.No-Good Man Blues - Lucky Thompson, Thompson
  • 6.Irresistible You - Lucky Thompson, Raye, Don
  • 7.Phace - Lucky Thompson, Green
  • 8.Rhythm in a Riff - Lucky Thompson, Eckstine
  • 9.Don't Drive This Jive Away - Lucky Thompson, Pettiford
  • 10.Vout Rhythm - Lucky Thompson, Thompson
  • 11.The Hour of Parting - Lucky Thompson, Kahn
  • 12.Cherokee - Lucky Thompson, Noble, Ray
  • 13.Oodie Coo Bop (Ornithology), Pts. 1 & 2 - Lucky Thompson, Parker
  • 14.Bopin' Bop, Pts. 1 & 2 - Lucky Thompson,
  • 15.Just One More Chance - Lucky Thompson, Coslow, Sam
  • 16.From Dixieland to Bop - Lucky Thompson, Lipschitz
  • 17.Boulevard Bounce - Lucky Thompson, Carter
  • 18.Boppin' the Blues - Lucky Thompson, Thompson
  • 19.Stay in There - Lucky Thompson, Thompson
  • 20.Over the Rainbow - Lucky Thompson, Arlen, Harold
  • 21.Flamingo - Lucky Thompson, Grouya
  • 22.Mambo in Blues - Lucky Thompson, Thompson
  • 23.The Scene Is Clean - Lucky Thompson, Thompson

Product Description:

Liner Note Author: Joop Visser.
Proper continues it's excellent Introduction To series with this volume of tracks that either include Lucky Thompson as a prominently featured sideman or as a leader. There are 23 tracks here which include some early rare transcriptions of Thompson with violinist Stuff Smith ("Test Pilots 1 & 2"), and Dicky Wells ("Sugar Hip"), and they traverse from the '30s through to the early '60s with his progressive big band on "Mambo in Blues" and "The Scene Is Clean." Sound is varied but is generally very good. ~ Thom Jurek

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  • Sales Rank: 122,981
  • UPC: 805520060721
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