Roy Eldridge - Wild Driver 1950-52



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The talented Roy Eldridge is considered to be the link between Louis Armstrong and Dizzy Gillespie. These Vogue & Verve/Clef 1950-55 sessions started a new musical period for Roy's leadership when he was a top star in the JATP battles. Here you'll find a Parisian quintet with the outstanding presence of Zoot Sims, a Buddy Tate co-leader date, plus the Oscar Peterson fabulous '52 quartet with Barney Kessel & Ray Brown. An irresistible chance to enjoy the legendary "Little Jazz" punch! Includes Wrap Your Troubles in Dreams (And Dream Your Troubles Away); If I Had You; Sweet Lorraine and more!

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1) King David
2) It Don't Mean a Thing
3) Wrap Your Troubles in Dreams
4) Undecided
5) Ain't No Files on Me
6) The Man I Love
7) Easter Parade
8) Wild Driver
9) If I Had You
10) Nuts
11) Someone to Watch Over Me
12) Goliath Bounce
13) Baby What's the Matter with You
14) Yard Dog
15) Sweet Lorraine
16) Jumbo the Elephant
17) Basin Street Blues
18) I Remember Harlem
19) Easter Parade
20) Roy's Riff
21) Wrap Your Troubles in Dreams
22) Rockin' Chair
23) Little Jazz
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