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JLP 15
Double Trumpet Doings featuring DON ELLIOTT

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Don Elliott (tp) Rusty Dedrick (tp) Dick Hyman (p, arr) Mudell Lowe (g) Eddie Safranski (b) Don Lamond (drs)


  1. Mine (3:05) (Gershwin)

  2. Vampire Till Ready (5:04) (Hyman)

  3. Your Own Iron (4:59) (Hyman)

  4. Easy to Remember (4:56) (Rodgers & Hart) – D. Elliott out

  5. The Bull Speaks (3:199 (Hyman)


  1. Dominick Seventh (5:07) (Hyman)

  2. Gargantuan Chant (4:38) (Hyman)

  3. When Your Lover Has Gone (5:05) (Swan) – R. Dedrick out

  4. Henry’s Mambo (2:12) (Hyman)

  5. Theme and Inner Tube (2:00) (Hyman)

About Jazzland Records –

   Jazzland’s new series of HIGH FIDELITY long play albums are designed to bring you examples of some of the finest of mid-century jazz, at prices within the reach of all.

Such albums those listed below, and others to be released on Jazzland, feature the work of many of the most talented and exciting of modern jazz musicians. You’ll hear such men as Kenny Dorham, Herbie Mann, Paul Chambers, Philly Joe Jones, Clark Terry – and many, many others – in outstanding performances recorded under the finest and most up-to-date high fidelity conditions. All Jazzland LPs are high quality pressings, attractively packaged.

About This Album –

   An intriguingly different and consistently swinging set, featuring two trumpets in a dazzling display of counterpoint, give-and-take, solos, duets and ensemble work. Don Elliott, one of the most versatile of today’s jazzmen, is featured, with Rusty Dedrick working alongside him. Don, best-known as a vibist, offers much proof that he could be a top-rated trumpet, too. (The seven original tunes and all the intricate arrangements are the work of pianist Dick Hyman.)

Elliott is the only trumpet on When Your Lover; Dedrick is alone on Easy To Remember. As for identifying the two horns; just about all the muted work is Rusty’s; with that clue, you should be able to distinguish between them. Good luck and good listening!

   JAZZLAND releases include:

Jazz Lab – Donald Byrd & Gigi Gryce – JLP 1

Zoot Sims Quintet – JLP 2

The Swingers – featuring Kenny Dorham, Frank Foster, Cecil Payne, Kenny Drew, Wilbur Ware, Art Taylor with Matthew Gee, Ernie Henry – JLP 3

Zulu – Randy Weston, with Art Blakey – JLP 4

Herbie Mann Quintet, featuring Jack Sheldon – JLP 5

Hard Bop – Kenny Drew, Donald Byrd, Hank Mobley – JLP 6

Crusin’ – featuring The Rhythm Sections (Philly Joe Jones, Wynton Kelly, Paul Chambers or Wilbur Ware) with Clark Terry, Ernie Henry – JLP 7

Low-Down Guitar – Mundell Lowe, Billy Taylor, Gene Quill – JLP 8

The Tough Piano Trio – Kenny Drew, Paul Chambers, Philly Joe Jones – JLP 9

Top Trumpets – Kenny Dorham / Clark Terry, with Johnny Griffin, Wynton Kelly, Philly Joe Jones, Ernie Henry – JLP 10

East Coast Sounds – featuring Zoot Sims, Tony Scott, Al Cohn, Joe Wilder, Urbie Green– JLP 11

The Chicago Cookers – Wilbur Ware, Johnny Griffin, Junior Mance – JLP 12

Greenwich Village Jazz – Randy Weston and Cecil Payne – JLP 13

Kenny Dorham and Friends – JLP 14

Double Trumpet Doings – featuring Don Elliott, Dick Hyman, Mundell Lowe, Rusty Dedrick– JLP 15

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