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Limited blue colored vinyl LP pressing. During the past 50 years, tenor-saxophonist Scott Hamilton has been one of the most consistent jazz artists, always taking thoughtful and swinging solos while displaying a warm tone. His 2004 live recording brought a top-notch quartet to the Jazzclub de Tor at Enschede, the Netherlands. Accompanied by pianist Rein de Graaf, bassplayer Marius Beets and on drums Eric Ineke, Scott Hamilton plays six jazz tracks from the set including "Rhythm Riff", a 12-chorus solo that gradually builds in excitement.
Limited blue colored vinyl LP pressing. During the past 50 years, tenor-saxophonist Scott Hamilton has been one of the most consistent jazz artists, always taking thoughtful and swinging solos while displaying a warm tone. His 2004 live recording brought a top-notch quartet to the Jazzclub de Tor at Enschede, the Netherlands. Accompanied by pianist Rein de Graaf, bassplayer Marius Beets and on drums Eric Ineke, Scott Hamilton plays six jazz tracks from the set including "Rhythm Riff", a 12-chorus solo that gradually builds in excitement.
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Live At De Tor (Blue) [Colored Vinyl] [Limited Edition] [180 Gram]
Artist: Scott Hamilton
Format: Vinyl
New: Not currently in stock
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Side A
2. Track 2
3. Rhythm Riff
4. Track 4
5. Easy to Love
6. Track 6
7. Old Folks
8. Side B
9. Track 9
10. Tangerine
11. Track 11
12. After You've Gone
13. Track 13
14. Pennies from Heaven

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Limited blue colored vinyl LP pressing. During the past 50 years, tenor-saxophonist Scott Hamilton has been one of the most consistent jazz artists, always taking thoughtful and swinging solos while displaying a warm tone. His 2004 live recording brought a top-notch quartet to the Jazzclub de Tor at Enschede, the Netherlands. Accompanied by pianist Rein de Graaf, bassplayer Marius Beets and on drums Eric Ineke, Scott Hamilton plays six jazz tracks from the set including "Rhythm Riff", a 12-chorus solo that gradually builds in excitement.
        
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