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December 05, 2011


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If Tony is too upbeat to be a jazz singer, where does that leave Jon Hendricks?
Tony's jazz potential may have been best captured on recordings for his own Improv label (reissued by Concord.) These include the second Bill Evans collaboration and "Sings the Rodgers & Hart Songbook" with Ruby Braff and George Barnes.

Doug Zielke

Wow! 74 discs @ $399.00 And here I thought some of my Bill Evans boxes were spendy ;-)

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