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January 1, 2012

$8.91
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High on You Tall & Small the Pete Christlieb & Linda Small Eleven Piece Band
5:48
2
Don't You Know Tall & Small the Pete Christlieb & Linda Small Eleven Piece Bandnd
7:26
3
The Meaning of the Blues Tall & Small the Pete Christlieb & Linda Small Eleven Piece Bandnd
4:42
4
Bosco Sez Tall & Small the Pete Christlieb & Linda Small Eleven Piece Bandnd
7:01
5
Pent-Up-House Tall & Small the Pete Christlieb & Linda Small Eleven Piece Bandnd
5:12
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A Flower Is a Lovesome Thing Tall & Small the Pete Christlieb & Linda Small Eleven Piece Bandnd
5:31
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Minuet Tall & Small the Pete Christlieb & Linda Small Eleven Piece Bandnd
6:45
8
Open Country Tall & Small the Pete Christlieb & Linda Small Eleven Piece Bandnd
4:55
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Without a Paddle Tall & Small the Pete Christlieb & Linda Small Eleven Piece Bandnd
5:43

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  • Original Release Date: January 1, 2012
  • Label: bosco
  • Copyright: 2012 pete christlieb
  • Total Length: 53:03
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  • ASIN: B006U61U66
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #258,452 Paid in MP3 Albums (See Top 100 Paid in MP3 Albums)

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5.0 out of 5 stars .....A great jazz album.... January 7, 2013
By simonjp
Format:MP3 Music
Tall and Small is a fine eleven-piece group that combines the best of two worlds - the power of a big band with the spontaneity of a smaller group - to showcase the fine talents of the husband-and-wife team of tenor saxophonist Pete Christlieb and trombonist Linda Small - and, in this album, the superlative arranging of legendary West Coast arranger Bill Holman. This very spirited ensemble, comprising a handful of LA's finest and seasoned jazz musicians, handles the demanding but swinging charts with ease, and their tight ensemble work is matched by the depth of their soloing capabilities. It includes stalwarts of the LA scene like bassists Putter Smith, Jim Hughart, saxophonists Gary Foster and Gene Cipriano, trumpeter Ron Stout, as well as fine younger players like the energetic alto soloist Kevin Garren who is a voice to listen out for. Most of the players are given solo opportunities, although the band is built around the solo talents of its leaders.

The tall Christlieb (yes, he is tall - I once drove him from a gig in Melbourne to his hotel with just enough headroom for Pete in my car) has long been a giant of tenor saxophone jazz playing, and one can always count on his impeccable timing, superb phrasing and note placement, great feeling and great swing. His playing has a breadth of influence, depth of musicianship and language - from the Basie tenors and hard boppers of the fifties and sixties - to more modern players - and which matured early on into a distinctive individual sound and style which just keeps on growing.
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