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Johnny Hodges ‎– In A Tender Mood (1956)

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Johnny Hodges ‎– In A Tender Mood (1956)

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A1 	Who's Excited
A2 	Sweepin' The Blues Away
A3 	Standing Room Only
A4 	Below The Azores
A5 	Sweet Georgia Brown
B1 	Duke's Blues
B2 	Tenderly
B3 	Tea For Two
B4 	What's I'm Gotchere
B5 	Nothin' Yet

Alto Saxophone – Johnny Hodges
Bass – Ray Brown
Drums - J. C. Heard, Joe Marshall 
Piano – Leroy Lovett
Tenor Saxophone – Flip Phillips
Trombone – Lawrence Brown 
Trumpet - Emmett Berry

 

After 23 years with Duke Ellington's Orchestra, saxophonist Johnny Cornelius Hodges started his own band in March 1951. The band lasted until September 1955, when Johnny Hodges returned to his place as leader of the Duke's reed section and participated in one of the many revivals of the history of the best big bands in the history of jazz. ---discogs.com

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