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Judy Holliday & Gerry Mulligan – Holliday With Mulligan (1980)

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Judy Holliday & Gerry Mulligan – Holliday With Mulligan (1980)


1.What's the Rush 
2.Loving You 
3.Lazy 
4.It Must Be Christmas 
5.The Party's Over  
6.It's Bad For Me 
7.Supper Time 
8.Pass That Peace Pipe 
9.I've Got a Right to Sing the Blues 
10.Summer's Over 
11.Blue Prelude

Gene Allen - Clarinet (Bass), Sax (Baritone)
Don Asworth - Oboe, Saxophone
Bob Brookmeyer - Trombone, Trombone (Valve)
Earl Chapin - French Horn, Horn
Bill Crow - Bass
Al DeRisi - Trumpet
Don Ferrara - Trumpet
Judy Holliday - vocals
Fred Klein - French Horn, Horn
Al Klink - Flute, Saxophone
Bernie Leighton - Piano
Walter Levinsky - Clarinet, Saxophone
Mel Lewis - Drums
Gerry Mulligan - Sax (Baritone)
Al Ralph - Trombone (Bass)
Alan Raph - Trombone
Gunther Schuller - French Horn, Horn
Nick Travis - Trumpet

 

Baritone-saxophonist Gerry Mulligan and actress Judy Holliday were an "item" around the time of this recording. Their one meeting on record features Holliday doing some effective singing on eleven songs, mostly lesser-known standards plus four songs co-written by the two leaders. Unfortunately Mulligan's Concert Jazz Band is largely wasted, being restricted to anonymous accompaniment of Holliday, making this CD of greater historical value than of interest to jazz listeners. ---Scott Yanow, Rovi

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