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|1. Festive Minor - Gerry Mulligan|
Mulligan is good Mulligan, and Baker is good Baker. Somehow the two just don't get their groove on together to my ear; Listen to a sample first. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Larry Wolford
Chet is my idol. Live dangerously, die young, and have a beautiful corpse.Published 11 months ago by C George Brockus
This is not the best, but probably the worst of Mulligan. It should taken off the shelves, so to speak.Published 11 months ago by Gareth Downs
The joining of two masters of their craft. Great arrangements and good interplay between the artists who are among the best jazz performers of the age. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Stuart G Robertson
An interesting collaboration of two Jazz greats.
A great version of "Jeru".
A few of the tracks are not recorded (or re-mastered) well. Read more
Was listenin' to my TV stereo jazz channel today & heard this beautiful rendition of "Walkin' Shoes" with the unmistakeable sounds of Mulligan & Baker. "Hey" says I. Read morePublished on August 25, 2012 by Jerlaw
The listed cuts are all from an Oct 29 1977 session, originally released as Lionel Hampton Presents Gerry Mulligan, and endlessly reissued (at lease 30 times I know of). Read morePublished on June 13, 2012 by W. S. Norman
I recently picked up this album from a Blue Note kiosk at the Montreal Jazz Festival. I'm glad I did since it's full of charming music in which Mulligan and Baker complement each... Read morePublished on July 26, 2009 by Roger Berlind