The New York Recordings (2 LPs on 1 CD)
  • Sextet, NYC, May 58
    Sextet, NYC, May 58
  • Octet, NYC, May 58
    Octet, NYC, May 58

Emmett Berry

The New York Recordings (2 LPs on 1 CD)

Lone Hill Jazz

Emmett Berry, Vic Dickenson, Buster Bailey, Red Richards, Al Lucas, Bobby Donaldson, Bucky Pizzarelli, Rex Stewart

Reference: LHJ10131

2 LPs on 1 CD
Never previously released on CD !

A master soloist with a full-bodied tone and an exbullient and brash playing style, Emmett Berry was one of the most coveted trumpet players in traditional jazz and swing. During a career that spanned over four decades, he recorded and performed with many of the biggest names in the business. Althought he became a legend among musicians, Berry was never
to enjoy the fame attained by many of his contemporaries.
This release offers two sessions recorded at the same day with Vic Dickenson, Buster Bailey, Red Richards, Al Lucas and Bobby Donaldson for The Sextet, and adding Bucky Pizzarelli and Rex Stewart for The Octet. Don't loose the oportunity to listen to one of the best Jazz versions of the Broadway Musical Oklahoma featured through' out the Octet recording.

"Emmett Berry is just beautiful."
- Ruby Braff


1. C. Jam Blues
2. Farewell Blues
3. Surrey with the Fringe on Top
4. Oklahoma
5. Oh What a Beautiful Morning
6. People Will Say We're in Love
7. Le Grand Rompe
8. Fidgety Feet
9. Basin Street Blues
10. Muskrat Ramble
11. How Come You Do Me Like You Do?
12. Struttin' with Some Barbecue
13. Yellow Dog Blues
14. Sunday
15. St. Louis Blues

Total Time: 60:43
Recorded in New York, May 22, 1958


$17.51  (tax incl.)

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