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Woody Herman – Woody’s Winners (1965)

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Woody Herman – Woody’s Winners (1965)

01) 23 Red
02) My Funny Valentine
03) Northwest Passage
04) Poor Butterfly
05) Greasy Sack Blues
06) Woody's Whistle
07) Red Roses For A Blue Lady
08) Opus de Funk/ Blue Flame

Bill Chase - Trumpet 
Bobby Shew - Trumpet 
Don Rader - Trumpet/Arranger 
Dusko Goykovich - Trumpet/Arranger 
Gerald Lamy - Trumpet
Don Doane - Trombone 
Henry Southall - Trombone 
Sal Nistico - Sax (Tenor)
Gary Klein - Sax (Tenor)
Andrew McGhee - Sax (Tenor)
Tom Anastasio - Sax (Baritone) 
Nat Pierce - Piano/Arranger 
Anthony Leonardi - Bass
Ronnie Zito - Drums
Ralph Burns - Arranger 
Bill Holman - Arranger 
Woody Herman - Clarinet, Sax (Soprano/Alto)


Of the many exciting recordings by the Swinging Herd of the '60s, this is the definitive set. With such soloists as trumpeters Bill Chase, Dusko Goykovich, and Don Rader, and tenors Sal Nistico, Andrew McGhee, and Gary Klein, this orchestra rarely had any difficulty raising the temperature. Recorded live at Basin Street West in late June of 1965, this set finds the enthusiastic band featuring a three-way trumpet battle on "23 Red," reworking "Northwest Passage" (highlighted by Sal Nistico's long tenor solo), and romping on a lengthy version of "Opus De Funk" in addition to interpreting a few ballads and blues. A very memorable CD that is available as a two-fer, (Jazz Hoot/Woody's Winners), Woody's Winners is worth inclusion in every jazz collector's library. ---Scott Yanow, Rovi

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