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Millman, Jack and the Tempo Orchestra - And I Love Her

Format: LP
Label: Condor Records CST 2460
Year: 1968
Origin: Detroit, Michigan, USA - Chilliwack, British Columbia
Genre: jazz
Keyword:  Johnny Kitchen
Value of Original Title: $30.00
Make Inquiry/purchase: email ryder@robertwilliston.com
Release Type: Albums
Websites:  https://www.amazon.com/I-Love-Her-Remastered/dp/B004TL6JTC
Playlist: Jazz, Honorary Canadians, 1960's, British Columbia


Side 1

Track Name
Theme For the Countless
Am I Blue
Hard Days Night
And I Love Her
Lady's Dream

Side 2

Track Name
Ill Wind
I See Your Face Before Me
Time After Time
It Only Takes a Moment
Change Partners
Like Some One In Love


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A highly gifted composer, jazz trumpeter Jack Millman began his professional music career in 1947 and was just 17 when he was asked to join Lionel Hampton's band for a 6-week stint at the Paramount Theatre in Los Angeles. Just before he was drafted in the Army where he played with the 6th Army Band at the Presidio in San Francisco, he joined the Stan Kenton Orchestra for a West Coast road tour. When he completed his service he came out to form and manage his own jazz groups throughout the 1950's that played the West Coast scene extensively. He joined Prez Prado's Band for a brief road tour in 1955 during which time he also composed a series of jazz charts which gained notable popularity with local Southern California musicians. Jack returned to Hollywood to record four albums on major labels with his own All Star personnel performing many of his own compositions and as well as popular standards. Originally released in 1968, presented here is Millman's fine Tempo Orchestra performing a comprehensive set of jazz standards.


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