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40th Anniversary Carnegie Hall Concert
Woody Herman
40th Anniversary Carnegie Hall Concert
Genre: Jazz
 
Track Listing — 1. Introduction — 2. Woody's Theme (Blue Flame) — 3. Apple Honey — 4. Sweet and Lovely — 5. Four Brothers — 6. Brotherhood of Man — 7. Early Autumn — 8. Wrap Your Troubles in Dreams — 9. Everyehere — 10. Bijou — 11. C...  more »

      

CD Details

All Artists: Woody Herman
Title: 40th Anniversary Carnegie Hall Concert
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Label: RCA
Release Date: 5/1/1992
Genre: Jazz
Style: Swing Jazz
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 078635687828, 743215915126

Synopsis

Product Description
Track Listing
1. Introduction
2. Woody's Theme (Blue Flame)
3. Apple Honey
4. Sweet and Lovely
5. Four Brothers
6. Brotherhood of Man
7. Early Autumn
8. Wrap Your Troubles in Dreams
9. Everyehere
10. Bijou
11. Cousins
12. Blue Serge
13. Blue Getz Blues
14. Caldonia What Makes Your Head So Hard(Finale)
Track Listing
1. Introduction
2. Woody's Theme (Blue Flame)
3. Apple Honey
4. Sweet and Lovely
5. Four Brothers
6. Brotherhood of Man
7. Early Autumn
8. Wrap Your Troubles in Dreams
9. Everyehere
10. Bijou
11. Cousins
12. Blue Serge
13. Blue Getz Blues
14. Caldonia What Makes Your Head So Hard(Finale)
Track Listing
1. Introduction
2. Woody's Theme (Blue Flame)
3. Apple Honey
4. Sweet and Lovely
5. Four Brothers
6. Brotherhood of Man
7. Early Autumn
8. Wrap Your Troubles in Dreams
9. Everyehere
10. Bijou
11. Cousins
12. Blue Serge
13. Blue Getz Blues
14. Caldonia What Makes Your Head So Hard(Finale)
About this title: To celebrate his 40th anniversary as a bandleader, Herman had a celebrated concert at Carnegie Hall. For the first half of the program he welcomed back many of his alumni including such veterans as tenors Flip Phillips, Stan Getz, Zoot Sims, Jimmy Giuffre and Al Cohn, the Candoli brothers, trombonist Phil Wilson and singer Mary Ann McCall. Overall, the concert served as a loving tribute to a major jazz figure. The only major flaw was Herman's tendency to call out soloist's names before they finished playing, pretty much ruining this version of "Four Brothers." It was originally available as a two-LP set although the first half has since been reissued on this

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CD Reviews

Superb!
Van M. Claypool | Nashville, TN United States | 04/26/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This is a wonderful CD. However, I was disappointed by the decision to cut some of the tunes from the original double LP. Three of those tunes (She's Gone, Fanfare for the Common Man, and Blues in the Night) were among my favorites."