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George Gee & His Swing Orchestra - Swingin at Swing City Zurich

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Number of Discs
1
Release Date
03/16/2004
Artist
George Gee & His Swing Orchestra
Format
CD / Album
Label / Studio
Zort Music

George Gee's ever popular band is back with it's second release - recorded live at the prestigious Zurich Festival in 2001 in a public concert at Zurich's historic main train station. The virtuosity and swing ability of this veteran-packed band was on display that steaming summer evening captured here live. Selections include the rarely heard Duke Ellington's "One Man Dance," Harry James' "Trumpet Blues and Cantible," a Latin masterpiece "Sunny Ray" by Ray Santos, and a cool Curtis-Dixon "Soul Serenade" played, soulfully of course, by Charles Stephens. The CD is dedicated to Frank Foster, whose song "Blues at Frankie's Flat" features veteran Eddie Bert and music director Walt Szymanski.

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1) Trumpet Blues and Cantabile
2) Why Don't You Do Right
3) Blues in Frankie's Flat
4) Soul Serenade
5) Sunny Ray
6) Streamliner
7) Stompin' at the Savoy
8) The Comeback
9) Take the a Train
10) Shiny Stockings
11) One Man Dance
12) Harlem Air Shaft
13) Splanky

Album
Swingin at Swing City Zurich
Main Format
CD
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