Category Archives: Jazz

JIM KWESKIN – Jump For Joy – (Vanguard) – 1967

In commenting of Kweskin’s “America” LP from 1971 I said this: The beauty of Kweskin and his band though is they were not traditionalists. There was a good dose of humour and more than a passing lip service to the … Continue reading

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DAVE BRUBECK QUARTET – Jazz: Red Hot and Cool – (Coronet) – 1955

what Frank is listening to #70 – DAVE BRUBECK QUARTET – Jazz: Red Hot and Cool – (Coronet) – 1955   In my review of Helen Merrill's album I put this in as a footnote:   A footnote on Frank … Continue reading

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PAT BOONE – Sings “Guess Who?” – (London) – 1963

what Frank is listening to #66 – PAT BOONE – Sings "Guess Who?" – (London) – 1963 Pat Boone gets knocked a lot for his music and I'm not sure why. Well, I know why but I wonder why so … Continue reading

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HELEN MERRILL – Autumn Love – (Catalyst) – 1967

what Frank is listening to #48 – HELEN MERRILL – Autumn Love – (Catalyst) – 1967   I know of Helen Merrill and actually collect her records … why I got hooked on her will become apparent. Over the course of buying … Continue reading

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