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|Americans in Europe|
|Live album by|
|Recorded||January 3, 1963 |
Koblenz, West Germany
|Label|| Impulse! |
AS 36 and AS 37
|Producer||Joachim Ernst Berendt|
|Vol. 2 Cover|
Americans in Europe is the title of two live albums by American jazz musicians recorded in West Germany in 1963 and released on the Impulse! label.The two volumes were later reissued on a single CD in 1994 but with five tracks from Vol. 2 omitted.
The Allmusic review called the CD compilation "A fine bop-oriented set of music by a variety of mostly underrated players".
Vol. 1, Track 1: Kenny Clarke Trio
Vol. 1, Track 2: Idrees Sulieman Quartet
Vol. 1, Track 3: Bill Smith Quintet
Vol. 1, Track 4: Bud Powell Trio
Vol. 2, Tracks 1 & 2: The Traditional Americans in Europe
Vol. 2, Track 3: Albert Nicholas Quartet
Vol. 2., Track 4: Champion Jack Dupree
Vol. 2., Track 5: Curtis Jones
Vol. 2, Tracks 6 & 7: Don Byas Quintet
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