The Best Of The Concord Years

Ray Brown

The Best Of The Concord Years CCD2 2164 2
  • CAT # CCD2-2164-25

    DISC ONE  
    1. Buhaina Buhaina 5:52
    2. After You've Gone 8:13
    3. Days Of Wine And Roses 6:53
    4. That's All 6:04
    5. Blues For Sam Nassi 6:38
    6. I'm Afraid The Masquerade Is Over 4:11
    7. The Real Blues 7:35
    8. Carioca Hills 3:53
    9. Exactly Like You 5:45
    10. Georgia 5:21
    11. Keep On Pumpin' 6:38
    DISC TWO  
    1. Onion Roll 4:24
    2. Gumbo Hump 4:07
    3. High Heel Sneakers 7:54
    4. Put Your Little Foot Right Out 6:01
    5. Ralph's Boogie 4:27
    6. Rockin' In Rhythm 5:51
    7. Lady Be Good 6:24
    8. Blue Bossa 5:03
    9. Like Someone In Love 3:06
    10. The Flintstones Theme 6:02
    11. Take The 'A' Train 6:17
    12. Just Friends 7:21
    13. Captain Bill 4:08

Ray Brown was one of the most important bassists in the history of jazz. His unmistakable big tone, clean articulation and unwavering swing are often imitated, but never duplicated. The influential bassist is heard—and, indeed, his giant presence is felt—on countless legendary jazz recordings. His contributions to the history and catalog of the Concord Jazz label in particular are paramount and indelible, both as leader and omnipresent sideman (Brown is heard on seven of Concord Jazz’s first dozen recordings!). We invite you to join us in celebrating the great recorded legacy of this immortal jazz legend, with these hand-picked selections from Ray Brown’s deep catalog of Concord Jazz recordings.

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