Stan Hasselgard /Goodman Benny - At Click 1948 [Import] | RECORD STORE DAY

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1. Cookin' One Up
2. Swedish Pastry
3. All the Things You Are
4. Mary's Idea
5. Swedish Pastry
6. After You've Gone
7. Bye Bye Pretty Baby
8. Mary's Idea
9. Mel's Idea 1
10. Bye Bye Pretty Baby 1
11. Mel's Idea 1
12. (Back Home Again in) Indiana 1
13. Bye Bye Blues 1
14. Limehouse Blues 1
15. Donna Lee 1
16. Bye Bye Blues 1
17. Mel's Idea 1
18. Donna Lee 1
19. Swedish Pastry 2
20. Lullaby in Rhythm

More Info:

Were it not for his tragic death in a car accident late in 1948, Stan Hasselgard might be remembered as one of jazz's top clarinetists. He had impressed Benny Goodman to the point that Goodman used him as part of his septet for a few weeks in 1948. Although no commercial recordings resulted due to a recording strike, the group was broadcast regularly from the Click in Philadelphia. Virtually all of the existing joint Goodman-HasselgÄrd airchecks are included on this Dragon CD. The boppish music is often fascinating and Benny Goodman ('The King of Swing') fits quite well into the advanced arrangements. The recording quality is generally decent and, due to the historic nature of these timeless (and rather unique) performances, very acceptable.