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Complete Jam Sessions
Baker, Parker
Complete Jam Sessions
Genre: Jazz
 
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24-bit digitally remastered with cream-of-the-crop recordings from each artist. Definitive Records. 2002.

      
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All Artists: Baker, Parker
Title: Complete Jam Sessions
Members Wishing: 1
Total Copies: 0
Label: Definitive
Original Release Date: 1/1/2004
Re-Release Date: 3/29/2004
Album Type: Import
Genre: Jazz
Style: Cool Jazz
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1

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24-bit digitally remastered with cream-of-the-crop recordings from each artist. Definitive Records. 2002.
 

CD Reviews

THE FULL TOP SESSIONS PAKER-BAKER!
Gabriel Bienzobas | Alicante, Spain | 11/03/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)

"That is, really, the "complete jam sessions" plays by Parker and Baker. The CD contains the jam session with the Babasin All Stars, in the Trade Winds Club, Inglewood, California: it is: "Indiana", "Liza", "They didn't Belive Me" and "The Squirrel", with, Sony Criss (a.s.), Russ Freman ( on # 1) or Al Haig (p), Harry Babasin (b) and Laurence Marable (d). Well, all known. But this recording (or C.D.) includes three themes MORE (with the "breaks"). The themes are: "Ornithology" (2:52); "Barbados" (3:49) and "Cool Blues" (5:36). The recording was in live in the University of Oregon the day, november 5, 1953. Here the group is formed by Baker, Parker, Jimmy Rowles, Carson Smith and Shelly Manne. I don't know (and don't found) these themes in other recordings of Baker or Parker. In Spain this C.D. is edited by "disconforme sl", or "definitive" for other countries.The price in Spain of this CD is, more or less, 6 euros. Naturaly, the "last"( 3 themes more) circumstance does this CD,ESSENTIAL in the discography of Paker or Baker"
Terrific! but watch out!
Speedy | Fl, MO USA | 10/10/2005
(4 out of 5 stars)

"This cd claims to have the complete jam sessions ever recorded by this 2 giants. The first part is an EXCELLENT live recording (not so good sound but Parker stretches for long solos, and so does Baker). The other part sounds much better but each piece (3 in all) fades away when Baker is about to do his thing...a complete disapointment for me. BUT, the other 42 minutes of Parker and Baker soloing their asses off is worth the entrance ticket."