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Tenor saxophonist Paul Quinichette earned the moniker "Vice Prez" as a strict disciple of Lester Young's 1950s tenor tone. The Vice-Pres reissue is a mixed bag of Quinichette from 1951-1954 with organ combos featuring either Bill Doggett or Marlowe Morris at the organ helm and a large ensemble including various Count Basie band alumni: Freedie Green, Gene Ramey, Buck Clayton, Dicky Wells, Walter Page, and Basie. The 26 tracks encompass the original Emarcy album, with seven tracks from the 10" LP Sequel and five previously unreleased tracks. This enjoyable swinging session was reissued as part of the Verve limited edition Elite series in 2000.

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Solid album

If you like jazz u will love this album. The songs Bot Bot and P.Q. Blues are my favorite.


Born: May 17, 1916 in Denver, CO

Genre: Jazz

Years Active: '50s

Paul Quinichette was known throughout his career as the "Vice Prez" because he sounded so similar to Lester Young. While most of Young's other followers emulated his '30s style, Quinichette sounded like Lester Young of the then-present day (the 1950s). After getting experience with Nat Towles, Lloyd Sherock, and Ernie Fields, Quinichette was featured with Jay McShann during 1942-1944. He played on the West Coast with Johnny Otis (1945-1947), traveled to New York with Louis Jordan, and performed with...
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