That's it!! Thanks! Apparently it was in print on CD for a short time and is now out of print and
available for medium-large $$ used or new-old-stock.
-- Tom Fine
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From: "eugene hayhoe" <[log in to unmask]>
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Sent: Thursday, February 01, 2007 7:55 AM
Subject: Re: [ARSCLIST] seeking discography info -- Dizzy Gillespie album
> Hey Tom -
> Sounds to me like this might be it:
> The Bop Session
> Sonet SNTF 692
> Diz, Sonny Stitt, Percy Heath, Max Roach, John Lewis (on Blues & Boogie & All The Things You
> Are), Hank Jones on the rest
> May 19-20, 1975, A&R Studios, NYC
> Blues 'N Boogie 9:35
> Confirmation 8:32
> Groovin' High 7:18
> Lover Man 6:58
> All The Things You Are 9:55
> Lady Bird 8:30
> Released by Sonet Records, USA in Berkeley, CA in '75
> Hope this helps.
> Tom Fine <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> I have here a tape that is labelled Side A of an LP, tape box says Sonet, which I assume is the
> label. It's a Dizzy Gillespie album, I'm guessing from the mid-70's based on the recording style
> playing quality. It's Dizzy, not in prime form, a very good sax player, piano, bass and drums.
> A songs are:
> Groovin' High
> Blues N Boogie
> These are NOT the original bebop era songs, but mid-70's remakes. Running times are 8-10 minutes
> No tape in the stack for side B and no other info on the tape box (these tapes were given to me by
> jazz fan who I think frequented music libraries back in the day and made tapes of a lot of LPs).
> I could find no information on this album at All Music. I believe Dizzy was under contract to
> throughout the 70's but none of these songs show up on his Pablo studio albums of that era. Could
> this have been an album briefly released in England or France?
> Any further info on the album would be great. I'd love to know the other players, particularly the
> sax guy. And what songs were on side B.
> -- Tom Fine
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