• On A Cool Day - The Soulful Side Of Cool Jazz CD (Outta Sight)
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On A Cool Day – The Soulful Side Of Cool Jazz CD (Outta Sight)

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1. Sonny Rollins and The Modern Jazz Quartet – Mambo Bounce
2. Mel Tormé – Right Now
3. Ray Bryant Combo – Sack O’ Woe
4. Stan Getz and Charlie Byrd – Desafinado
5. Lyn Avalon – I Walk The Streets
6. Art Pepper – ‘Round Midnight
7. Charlie Mingus – Scenes In The City
8. The Mose Allison Trio – I Love The Life I Live
9. The Dave Bailey Quintet – Comin’ Home Baby
10. Ahmad Jamal Trio – Poinciana
11. Ann Henry – Like Young
12. Bobby Timmons – Moanin’
13. Jack Kerouac – San Francisco Scene (The Beat Generation)
14. Willis Jackson & Band – Good To The Bone
15. Cootie Williams And Wini Brown – Johnny With The Gentle Hands
16. Wayne Shorter – Wayning Moments
17. Sonny Stitt – Baby, Do You Ever Think Of Me
18. Etta Jones: Nature Boy – Nature Boy
19. Vince Guaraldi Trio – Cast Your Fate to the Wind
20. Art Farmer – Goodbye, Old Girl
21. Miles Davis – It Never Entered My Mind
Weight 120.00 g
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On A Cool Day – The Soulful Side Of Cool Jazz

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Various Artists

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OUTTA SIGHT presents it’s first foray into the cult world of Cool Jazz

Cool Jazz is generally regarded as a relaxed, soft, laid back genre of jazz contrasting with the harder edged sound of the former bebop and hard bop styles.  Here Outta Sight explores the genre and adds a little exotic twist of jazz tinged rhythm & blues and an atmospheric spoken word interlude by cult jazz cat author Jack Kerouac.

Northern Soul and MOD fans will appreciate Mel Tormé’s classic “Right Now”, Willis Jackson’s “Good To The Bone”  and Ray Bryant’s iconic “Sack O’ Woe”.  But what could be more soulful than Art Pepper’s sax on the classic “’Round Midnight” or Art Farmer’s gut-wrenching trumpet on the hauntingly beautiful “Goodbye, Girl”.  Open your imagination to Cool Jazz and be transported back to Greenwich Village and its vibrant loft party’s or the lonely, tawdry, neon streets of Los Angeles in the 1950s… it’s Cool Jazz… it’s Soul Noir.

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