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VERY VERY LIVE FROM THE 100 CLUB - Ken Colyer Jazzmen

VERY VERY LIVE FROM THE 100 CLUB - Ken Colyer Jazzmen
CD / Product Number: URCD130

Recorded at the 100 Club on 28th June 1972 with a band of musicians all well associated with Ken at the time. On this session Ken played trumpet, but was soon to switch to king cornet. 11 terrific tracks with cover painting of Ken by Diz Disley!
The personnel were: Ken Colyer - Sammy Rimington - Keith 'Avo'Avison - Colin Bowden - Annie Hawkins - John Griffith - Ron Weatherburn


Very Very Live From The 100 Club

Ken Colyer recorded live at the 100 Club in 1972.

1. Weary Blues – A. Matthews
2. Old Kentucky Home – S. Foster
3. Clarinet Marmalade – La RoccaShields
4. I Ain’t Gonna Give Nobody None of this Jelly Roll – Spencer-Williams
5. St. Philip Street Breakdwon – Lewis
6. When You Wore a Tulip – P. Wenrich
7. Careless Love – Handy, Williams, Koenig arr Colyer
8. I said I wasn’t going to tell Nobody – A. Bradford
9. Moose March – Flath
10. Red Wing – Chataway Mills
11. Till We Meet Again – Egan, Whitting

Reviews of This Recording

How do you justify yet another Ken Colyer CD...quite easily in the case of Ken Colyer Very Very Live at the 100 Club. Jazz Rag

This record will recommend itself to Colyers followers and is worth buying by anyone unfamiliar with his work. Jazz Journal