Buddy DeFranco - Mr. Lucky album flac
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Written-By – Henry Mancini
|A2||Bye, Bye Blackbird
Written-By – Mort Dixon, Ray Henderson
|A3||Mar Descancado (The Calm Sea)
Written-By – Eddie Higgins, Orlando Murden
|A4||In A Sentimental Mood
Written-By – Duke Ellington, Irving Mills, Manny Kurtz
Written-By – Victor Feldman
|B2||Close Enough For Love
Written-By – Johnny Mandel, Paul Williams
Written-By – Al Cohn
Written-By – Bernie Senensky
- Recorded At – Blue Marble Studios
- Bass – George Duvivier
- Clarinet – Buddy DeFranco
- Drums – Ronnie Bedford
- Guitar – Joe Cohn
- Layout, Design – Norman Granz, Sheldon Marks
- Photography By – Tom Copi
- Piano – Albert Dailey
- Producer – Joyce DeFranco
- Producer, Liner Notes – Buddy DeFranco
NotesRecorded January 5 & 6, 1981 at Blue Marble Studios, New York.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (side 1): 2310-906 PP2553
- Matrix / Runout (side 2): 2310-906 PP2554
- Other: SIDE ONE (PP-2553)
- Other: SIDE TWO (PP-2554)
- Label Code: LC 3254
- Rights Society: GEMA
|OJCCD-938-2||Buddy DeFranco||Mr. Lucky (CD, RE, RM)||Original Jazz Classics||OJCCD-938-2||US||1997|
|2310 906||Buddy DeFranco||Mr. Lucky (LP, Album)||Pablo Records||2310 906||US||1984|
|2310 906||Buddy DeFranco||Mr. Lucky (LP, Album)||Pablo Records||2310 906||Germany||1984|
|K10- 906||Buddy DeFranco||Mr. Lucky (Cass)||Pablo Records||K10- 906||Germany||1984|
Personnel: Buddy DeFranco (clarinet), Sonny Clark (piano), Gene Wright (bass), Bobby White (drums). from the album 'IN A MELLOW MOOD' (Verve Records).
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Boniface Ferdinand Leonard "Buddy" DeFranco (February 17, 1923 – December 24, 2014) was an Italian American jazz clarinet player. One of few clarinetists playing bebop, DeFranco was described by critic Scott Yanow as the leading American jazz musician on his instrument from the 1940s until Eddie Daniels came to prominence in the 1980s. In addition to his own work as a bandleader, DeFranco led the Glenn Miller Orchestra for almost a decade in the 1960s and '70s.
Mr. Lucky (LP, Album). Mr. Lucky (CD, RE, RM). Original Jazz Classics. 2310 906. Buddy DeFranco.
Cassette - Original Jazz Classics. Considering that he recorded extensively for Norman Granz's Norgran and Verve labels in the 1950s, it is surprising that it took until 1984 before clarinetist Buddy DeFranco finally led a session for Granz's Pablo Records. On the first of his two Pablo dates, DeFranco is joined by the cool-toned guitarist Joe Cohn, pianist Albert Dailey, bassist George Duvivier, and drummer Ronnie Bedford, for some standards along with obscurities by Victor Feldman ("Your Smile"), Al Cohn, Bernie Senensky, and Eddie Higgins; he also greatly uplifts Henry Mancini's "Mr. Lucky.
BUDDY DEFRANCO - Mr. Filed under Bop By BUDDY DEFRANCO. A1 Mr. Lucky 6:47 A2 Bye, Bye Blackbird 6:30 A3 Mar Descancado (The Calm Sea) 5:37 A4 In A Sentimental Mood 4:09 B1 Your Smile 5:52 B2 Close Enough For Love 3:06 B3 Danielle 4:55 B4 Lolita's Theme 4:16. Bass – George Duvivier Clarinet – Buddy DeFranco Drums – Ronnie Bedford Guitar – Joe Cohn Piano – Albert Dailey.
Boniface Ferdinand Leonard "Buddy" DeFranco (born February 17, 1923) is an American jazz clarinet player.
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