Harry Babasin And Bob Enevoldsen


Jazz In Hollywood

  • Release Date: 02 Feb 1998
  • OJCCD-1888-2

One of the few jazz bassists to use the cello as a solo instrument, Harry Babasin also pioneered in other aspects of music and the music business. He was one of the first North American musicians to be captivated by the Brazilian music, formed from samba and jazz, that came to be called bossa nova. In the early 1950s florescence of jazz in Southern California, he founded Nocturne Records, providing an outlet for some of the finest musicians in the movement. Here, in recordings led by Babasin … MORE