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Herb Ellis & Red Mitchell – Doggin’ Around (1988)

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Herb Ellis & Red Mitchell – Doggin’ Around (1988)

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01.Sweethearts On Parade
02.I’m Confessin’ That I Love You
03.There’s No Bad Blues
04.Easy Living
05.Over The Rainbow
06.Blue Moon
07.Old Folks
08.Lady Be Good
09.Willow Weep For Me
10.Big ‘N’ And The Bear
11.Mean To Me
12.Life’s A Take

Herb Ellis – Guitar
Red Mitchell - Bass, Vocals

 

After recording many albums for Concord (including the majority of the label's first releases), Herb Ellis did not lead any sessions for seven years until this duet date with bassist Red Mitchell. Other than three originals (including Mitchell's "Big 'N' and the Bear" which features the bassist's vocal), the repertoire is taken from the swing era. The interplay by the two greats on tunes such as "Sweethearts on Parade," a medium-tempo "Over the Rainbow," "Lady Be Good" and Mitchell's "Life's a Take" plus the classic cover drawing by cartoonist Gary Larson (depicting a jazz club run by and for dogs called "The Stuffed Cat") are good reasons to acquire this high-quality straightahead session. ---Scott Yanow, Rovi

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