Gerry Mulligan - Night Lights | RECORD STORE DAY
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1. Night Lights
2. Morning of the Carnival
3. In the Wee Small Hours of the Morning
4. Prelude in E Minor
5. Festival Minor
6. Tell Me When
7. Night Lights (1965 Version)

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Baritone Saxophonist Gerry Mulligan was a true icon of jazz, being one of the prominent figures in the West Coast scene through the "50s all the way until his death in 1996. Voted number one musician in his instrument by Downbeat Magazine for 42 years in a row, Mulligan was one of the key players of his time and a figurehead who help shape the sound of jazz to come. From periods in the Birth Of The Cool era Miles Davis line up as well as forming a piano-less quartet with Chet Baker, Gerry was always on the frontline of what was hip and happening in America's one true art form. This session, recorded at New York's Nola Penthouse Studios in 1963 is a little-known masterwork from the incredible Gerry Mulligan catalog. It was Remastered using transfers from the original tapes, lifted from the Phillips vault by mastering legend Kevin Gray. With it's striking Oliver Hardimon designed cover, Night Lights is the very definition of refined cool jazz. Shimmering with a late-night beauty that perfectly evokes a sophisticated New York City in the early 1960s.