Complete  Studio   Recordings

Gerry Mulligan

Complete Studio Recordings

Lone Hill Jazz

Gerry Mulligan, Bob Brookmeyer, Bill Crow, Gus Johnson

Reference: LHJ10221

Bar code: 8436019582213

Contains The Complete albums: "Spring Is Sprung" never released on CD. "The Gerry Mulligan Quartet" (Gus Johnsons only studio date with Mulligan).

Also Includes: The only surviving track (I Know, Dont Know How) from the quartets Village Vanguard performance on February 25, 1962.
Two bonus tracks (People Will Say Were In Love, and Gee Baby, Aint I Good To You) from reunion performances of Mulligans quartet with Chet Baker recorded in New York on December 3, 11 & 17, 1957.

This edition contains the Gerry Mulligan Quartets complete issued studio recordings with drummer Gus Johnson, released on the album entitled simply the Gerry Mulligan Quartet, recorded on May 14-15, 1962. A version of Mulligans composition I Know, Dont Know How recorded at the Village Vanguard on February 25, 1962 is also included here. The high point of this release is Mulligans exceptional Spring Is Sprung Session recorded in New York on December 11-12, 1962, with Brookmeyer, Crow and drummer Dave Bailey.


01. I'm getting sentimental over you
02. Piano train
03. Lost in the stars
04. I believe in you
05. Love in New Orleans
06. I know, don't know how
07. Jive at five
08. Four for three
09. 17 Mile drive
10. Subterranean blues
11. Spring is sprung
12. Open country
13. People will say we're in love (bonus track)
14. Gee baby, ain't I good to you (bonus track)


$16.32  (tax incl.)

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