Arnett Cobb – George Shearing – Live At Birdland – 1952 – Past Daily Downbeat

Arnett Cobb - blowing a few cool ones in our direction.
Arnett Cobb – blowing a few cool ones in our direction.

Click on the link here for Audio Player – NBC Radio – Stars Of Jazz w/Arnett Cobb and George Shearing – July 2, 1952 – Gordon Skene Sound Collection

Blowing Hot and Cool this weekend with a set featuring Arnett Cobb and His Orchestra and The George Shearing Quintet, recorded live from Birdland on July 3rd 1952.

From the NBC Radio series Stars Of Jazz – the show spotlights half a set by Cobb and half a set by Shearing. Sadly, they don’t collaborate – it might’ve been interesting.

But it’s a decidedly cool and sultry breeze from these two, landing in the middle of a Summer Sunday in August. Dig it, and enjoy it.

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