Tracks 10 to 13, previously unissued bonus tracks. Cardboard gatefold sleeve.
One Bass Hit. Musiccraft 1947. Contributed by L4ZER (4,916. Report wrong information or missing video. Bob James's Take Me to the Mardi Gras cover of Paul Simon's Take Me to the Mardi Gras. Geneviève Toussaint's Douce Violence cover of Johnny Hallyday's Douce Violence. Nina Simone's Strange Fruit cover of Billie Holiday's Strange Fruit.
Discography for jazz double-bassist and cellist Ray Brown. New Sounds in Modern Music (Savoy, 1946). Bass Hit! (Verve, 1956). This Is Ray Brown (Polygram, 1958). Jazz Cello (Verve, 1960). Ray Brown with the All-Star Big Band (Verve, 1962). Much in Common with Milt Jackson (Polygram, 1962). Ray Brown, Milt Jackson (Verve, 1965). This One's for Blanton! (Pablo, 1972) with Duke Ellington. Hot Tracks (Herb Ellis and the Ray Brown Sextet) (Concord Jazz, 1975). Brown's Bag (Concord Jazz, 1975).
Ray Brown was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and had piano lessons from the age of eight. After noticing how many pianists attended his high school, he thought of taking up the trombone, but was unable to afford one. With a vacancy in the high school jazz orchestra, he took up the double bass. There is more than one artist named Ray Brown.
Raymond Matthews Brown (October 13, 1926 – July 2, 2002) was an American jazz double bassist known for extensive work with Oscar Peterson and Ella Fitzgerald. Ray Brown was born October 13, 1926 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and took piano lessons from the age of eight. After noticing how many pianists attended his high school, he thought of taking up the trombone but was unable to afford one. With a vacancy in the high school jazz orchestra, he took up the upright bass.
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Written-By – Ray Brown
|B||My Foolish Heart
Written-By – Washington*, Young*
- Printed By – Amilcare Pizzi S.p.A.
- Cover – R. Clerici*
- Edited By – Gurtler Bros.
- Photography By – R. Vanoli
NotesA panoramic true high fidelity record
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