Hi-Hat All Stars
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Miles Davis

Hi-Hat All Stars

Fresh Sound Records

Personnel:
Miles Davis (tp), Jay Migliori (ts), Al Walcott, Bob Freeman (p), Jimmy Woode (b), Jimmy Zitano (d)

Reference: FSRCD 013

Bar code: 8427328600132

Tracklisting:
01. Dig (Miles Davis) 7:30
02. Darn That Dream (Van Heusen-Delange) 4:15
03. Jumping With Symphony Sid (Lester Young) 1:38
04. Ray's Idea (Fuller-Brown) 6:40
05. Nice Work If You Can Get It (G. & I. Gershwin) 5:05
06. Wee Dot (J.J. Johnson) 5:50
07. Tune Up (Miles Davis) 6:50
08. Alone Together (Schwart-Dietz) 5:00
09. Well You Needn't (Thelonius Monk) 9:05
10. Jumping With Symphony Sid (Lester Young) 1:55
11. Night In Tunisia (Gillespie-Paparelli) 6:20

Total time: 62:09 min.

Personnel:
Miles Davis (trumpet), Jay Migliori (tenor sax), Al Walcott (piano), Bob Freeman (piano, only on #11), Jimmy Woode (bass), Jimmy Zitano (drums).
Recorded Live at the "Hi-Hat" in Boston, 1955

Album prepared for CD release by Jordi Pujol
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Note: Tracks #6 & 11, have an abrupt ending. Producer has preserved it as in the original tape.
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Review:

"In the 1950s, the Hi-Hat was one of Boston's top jazz clubs. The place boasted a lot of high-quality local talent, and it had no problem attracting famous visitors like Charlie Parker, Sonny Stitt, and Miles Davis. This CD, which the Spanish Fresh Sound label put out in 1989, contains a very rare recording of Davis performing at the Hi-Hat in 1955. The trumpeter is teamed up with four Boston-based Hi-Hat regulars who were billed as the Hi-Hat All Stars: tenor saxophonist Jay Migliori, pianist Al Walcott, bassist Jimmy Woode, and drummer Jimmy Zitano. The musicians prove to be highly compatible during an enjoyable, bop-oriented program that ranges from spirited performances of "Tune Up," "Dig," and Thelonious Monk's "Well, You Needn't" to a lyrical version of the ballad "Darn That Dream." The sound quality wouldn't impress an audiophile, but it's definitely listenable. Although Hi-Hat All Stars isn't essential and isn't recommended to casual listeners, it's a CD that serious bop collectors will want to hunt for."

Alex Henderson -All Music Guide

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$17.59  (tax incl.)

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