Sextet & Quintet




Last four tracks are previously unissued! On this re-issue of Hackett Sextet sides of 1962 and the Quintet recordings he cut with Vic Dickenson in 1970 – we now find four previously unissued tracks from the latter session. In fact, they are four tunes associated with seminal figures in the early development in jazz – Jelly Roll Morton, Duke Ellington, Bunny Berigan, and the Original Dixieland Jazz Band. When these Hackett/Dickenson sides were recorded, Boeing 747 Jumbo Jets were crossing the Atlantic for the first time. The music world has always had it's share of glitzy high-flyers, too. Sometimes, though, we get deeper satisfaction from the work of the quieter, low-lying stylists… like Bobby and Vic!

Sextet – Bobby Hackett (trumpet); Urbie Green (trombone); Bob Wilber (clarinet); Dave McKenna (piano); Nabil Totah (bass); Morey Field (drums).

Bill Bailey
Sentimental Blues
When The Saints
Deed I Do
Struttin’ With Some Barbecue
Swing That Music
S Wonderful
Fidgety Feet
There’ll Never Be Another You
String Of Pearls
Wolverine Blues
Satin Doll
I Can’t Get Started
Original Dixieland One-Step
There’ll Be Some Changes Made
Things Ain’t What They Used To Be

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