[JPL] "Work Song" question

Tom Mallison tomthejazzman at earthlink.net
Mon Feb 6 13:39:41 EST 2006

Check out Winard Harper's CD on Savant "Tap Dancer"  It has Work Song
included on it. Hope this helps.  ALOHA  Tom

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> Hi folks,
> Quick question.  My wife, violinist Diane Delin,  teaches a jazz combo 
> course at Columbia College of the Arts in Chicago.  One tune she is 
> using is the "Work Song" by Nat Adderly as a tune for each student to 
> transcribe a solo from for a performance.  She has found great 
> renditions including a bass solo by Ray Brown on the "The Very Tall 
> Band".  What we can not find is a cd with the tune that has a drum 
> solo.    Any ideas or thoughts?   Also, was great seeing and meeting 
> many of you at our booth at IAJE!
> Greg Pasenko
> Blujazz
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