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COOL FINE AND MELLOW - (by Pete Bax)  Year: 2011
Pete Bax Lester Young got up, and he played the purest blues I have ever heard, in the control room we were all crying. When the show was over, they went their separate ways. Engineer, Making love whilst playing the blues. That was their version of fine and mellow this is my attempt to be cool fine & mellow, Instrumental, Jazz, Cabaret
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502497 2:15 Med Slow 87   


Track Summary
Music Track Title: Cool Fine and Mellow
Catalog ID: 502497  ISRC: US5UL1152286
Description: Lester Young got up, and he played the purest blues I have ever heard, in the control room we were all crying. When the show was over, they went their separate ways. Engineer, Making love whilst playing the blues. That was their version of fine and mellow this is my attempt to be cool fine & mellow

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Artist or Group: Pete Bax

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Keywords: Dixieland, bebop, blues, boogie, boogie-woogie, bop, fusion jazz, hot jazz, improvisational music, jive, ragtime, swing, Billy Holiday, Lester Young,

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    Jazz Music
       Cabaret Music
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  Duration: 2:15   Tempo: Med Slow   BPM: 87
   Arrangement: Jazz Ensemble
   Instruments: Drum Kit, Double Bass, Tenor Saxophone
   Vocal Mix: Instrumental
   Language:
Moods: Beautiful, Celebratory, Comforting, Cool, Dancing, Dreamy, Elegant, Fresh, Groovy, Inspiring, Lively, Mellow, Moving, Nostalgic, Positive, Quiet, Relaxing, Romantic, Sophisticated, Swinging

Styles: 1950s (Fifties), Bluesy, Dramatic Soundtrack, Entertainment, Film Instrumental, Jazzy, Soundscape, Wedding Ceremony, Wedding Engagement, World Harmony

Extended Keywords: The other person was Billy Holiday. I wonder how many sound engineers are moved to tears today?

Within two years, both Lester Young and Billy Holiday had died.

"The Sound of Jazz" was also released as a recording by CBS' then-subsidiary, Columbia Records, although the gramophone version is actually a rehearsal that preceded the telecast (recorded on December 4th at Columbia's 30th Street studios), and is not its soundtrack. The LP was released in 1958 as Columbia CL 1098, with liner notes by Eric Larrabee, and the cover photo by Tom Yee. It is the only LP of a Seven Lively Arts presentation. The recording does not include all of the performers on the TV show. Hilbert's Pumpkin Records released the LP The Real Sound of Jazz which is the actual soundtrack to the television program.
They videoed Fine and Mellow may be on you tube,
This is my tribute to that moment in history.


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