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8 thoughts on “ Out Of Nowhere (1961) - Don Ellis - Don Ellis

  1. Legendary jazzmen, Don Ellis, Paul Bley and Steve Swallow were working in New York's Greenwich Village at the time of this recording and the jazz they play Price: $
  2. () Out of Nowhere is an album by trumpeter Don Ellis recorded in but not released on the Candid label until Genre: Jazz.
  3. You Stepped Out Of A Dream: 7: All The Things You Are (Take 5) 8: Out Of Nowhere: 9: Just One Of Those Things (Take 5) I Love You (Take 1) /5(3).
  4. April 21, Tracks. 1. Sweet and Lovely (Arnheim/LeMare/Tobias) – 2. My Funny Valentine (Hart/Rodgers) – 3. I Love You (Porter) – 4. I’ll Remember April (DePaul/Johnston/Raye) – 5. Just One of Those Things (Porter) – 6. You Stepped Out of a Dream (Brown/Kahn) – 7. All the Things You Are (Hammerstein/Kern) – 8.
  5. You Stepped Out Of A Dream: 7: All The Things You Are (Take 5) 8: Out Of Nowhere: 9: Just One Of Those Things (Take 5) I Love You (Take 1) /4(2).
  6. AllMusic Review by Scott Yanow. Don Ellis, one of the most original trumpeters to emerge in the early 's, performs ten standards on a trio session with pianist Paul Bley and bassist Steve Swallow (who was making his recording debut) but the music is far from routine or predictable. Ellis takes an unaccompanied trumpet solo on "Just One Of Those 8/

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