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April 04, 2010

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John P. Cooper

I am a Barnet fan and I had that LP and sent it on its way. Disappointing release.

IMHO, he didnt/no longer have/had the chops to carry a quartet.

Signed,
'Hedgin'

Hans C. Doerrscheidt

Charlie is playing mostly standards on that release, backed by a trio consisting of Arnold Ross (p), Bob Burteaux (b), and Roy Roten (d).

It's a pleasant album, if perhaps nothing to write home about. I think he was indeed more at home throwing in a romping solo in a big band context than carrying a small band.

HCD

Rob Rijneke

Luciano Troja's album "At Home with Zindars" is really a gorgeous project.
See my comment www.billevans.nl on page tribute albums.
Rob Rijneke
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