Georgie Auld And His Orchestra ‎– In The Land Of Hi-Fi

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EmArcy ‎– MG 36060, Mercury ‎– MG 36060
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Recorded in Los Angeles Between Sept-9-1955 and Nov-11-1955

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  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Runout): MG36060A-MF1 A1 Ⅰ
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Runout): MG36060B-MF2 L1 Ⅰ
  • Pressing Plant ID (Runout Indicator): Ⅰ

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
MG 36060 Georgie Auld And His Orchestra In The Land Of Hi-Fi(LP, Album, Mono) EmArcy, Mercury MG 36060 Canada 1956 Sell This Version
MG 36060 Georgie Auld And His Orchestra In The Land Of Hi-Fi(LP, Album) Mercury MG 36060 Spain 1958 Sell This Version
MLP 7124, MG 36060 Georgie Auld And His Orchestra In The Land Of Hi-Fi(LP, Album, Mono) EmArcy, Mercury MLP 7124, MG 36060 France 1956 Sell This Version

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DisKebec

DisKebec

December 22, 2016
Canadian born (Toronto) tenor jazz saxophonist Georgie Auld (1919-1990) had played & recorded with the very best over the years (Artie Shaw, Sarah Vaughan, Dizzie Gillespie, Count Basie, Benny Goodman, etc, etc), and wow !...can the man play some cool and sexy sax !

For this mid-50's set, he fronts a larger group resulting in an amazing studio session that boasts some top players (including high-note trumpeter Maynard Ferguson, trumpet soloist Ray Linn, trombonist Frank Rosolino, and pianist Arnold Ross). He sounds real fine on these swing-based tunes mixing together swing, bop, and cool jazz in winning fashion.
* (Georgie Auld is the guy who recorded the sax segments in Robert DiNiro's 1977 film "New York, New York" )