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Black And Blue (Fats Waller/Harry Brooks/Andy Razaf) by Tito Martino

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Label: Self Produced
Released: 2019


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About the Album

A traditional jazz live session with Brazilian pioneer, Tito Martino (clarinet). Not a perfect record, but here have JAZZ COMES FROM THE HEART.

Track Listing

1. ROSETTA (Earl Hines) 2. BLACK AND BLUE (Fats Waller/Harry Brooks/Andy Razaf) 3. DON'T GET AROUND MUCH ANYMORE (Duke Ellington) 4. GEORGIA ON MY MIND ((H.Carmichael/S.Gorrell) 5. PERDIDO (Juan Tizol) 6. DO YOU KNOW WHAT IT MEANS TO MISS NEW ORLEANS (E.DeLange/L. Alter) 7. BUDDY BOLDEN BLUES (Jelly Roll Morton) 8. DANS LE RUES D'ANTIBES (Sidney Bechet) Freedownload.


Tito Martino
Tito Martino


Additional Personnel

TITO MARTINO (clarinet, soprano sax) JEAN-PIERRE HENKART (cornet) BILLY MAGNO (baritono and alto sax) RICARDO BALDACCI (guitar, vocal) RICARDO VARELLA (piano) RICARDO RAMOS (bass) BILLY PONZIO (drums) Live at Raiz Bar. São Paulo, Brasil. Photo: Okinawa Soba (Rob)

Date featured

July 16, 2019

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