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No wonder there is only one. Wonder how she talked Gerry Mulligan into this . . . hummm . . . This is no Picnic. Two stars because of the band, the charts and Gerry Mulligan.

Some Good Cuts

Her vocals are an acquired taste, but once you acquire it, the best cuts are "What's The Rush" "Loving You" and "It's Bad for Me." I always wondered whether she and Mulligan had something going, because why else would he have done this. Anyway, it's worth a listen, for the above-mentioned cuts. She is slightly out-of-tune, but then again, so was Anita O'Day, and O'Day was incredible.


Born: April 6, 1927 in New York, NY

Genre: Jazz

Years Active: '40s, '50s, '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s

The most famous and probably greatest jazz baritonist of all time, Gerry Mulligan was a giant. A flexible soloist who was always ready to jam with anyone from Dixielanders to the most advanced boppers, Mulligan brought a somewhat revolutionary light sound to his potentially awkward and brutal horn and played with the speed and dexterity of an altoist. Mulligan started on the piano before learning clarinet and the various saxophones. His initial reputation was as an arranger. In 1944 he wrote charts...
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