Starless and Bible Black by The Stan Tracey Quartet

“50 years old and still sounds fresh. British jazz wasn't all bowler hats and waistcoats in the early 60s.”

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but ollieglass was first  

50 years old and still sounds fresh. British jazz wasn't all bowler hats and waistcoats in the early 60s.

KeithBand 15 Sep 2013

Husky, intense jazz atmosphere.

timbean77 9 Jun 2013

Brooding and beautiful.

stuarts 6 Nov 2014

Pensive

ollieglass 25 Jan 2012

The great British jazz pianist and composer Stan Tracey died a few days ago. This tune from his Under Milk Wood suite seems suitably elegiac. Bobby Wellins on tenor sax.   16

pez 10 Dec 2013