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THE DUSKO GOJKOVIC SEXTET  CAT. NO: CS-14
FEATURING SAL NISTICO AND CARL FONTANA FORMAT: LP
 Belgrade Blues




£8.50 + VAT


MUSICIANS:
Dusko Gojkovic (tp,flh)
Sal Nistico (ts)
Carl Fontana (tb)
Nat Pierce (p)
Mike Moore (b)
Ronnie Zito (ds)


01
BELGRADE BLUES (N. Pierce)
6:12
02 WEE(D. Best)
5:15
03 IT'S THE TALK OF THE TOWN (Livingston)
LISTEN 4:29
04 BE MY LOVE (Brodsky-Khan)
LISTEN 7:51

©  2001, COSMIC SOUNDS



REVIEWS: PLACE YOUR OWN REVIEW


Recorded: 19. May, 1966 in Belgrade, Yugoslavia 
Original: 1966, RTB PLV4201   Re-issued with original cover artwork

DUSKO GOJKOVIC DISCOGRAPHY

 
DUSTY GROOVE AMERICA (Chicago)
A gem of an album from trumpeter Dusko Goykovich! The album's a rare 1966 session that features Goykovich leading a sextet comprised of musicians who were playing in Woody Herman's mid 60s group -- Nat Pierce, Ronnie Zito, Sal Nistico, Carl Fontana, and Mike Moore -- and on this open-ended hardbop set, the group are given a lot more room to solo than they might on some of Herman's albums from the time. The solos of Nistico are especially great -- well-crafted, and sharply edged in a way that matches Goykovich's firey trumpet work

BARD OF BOP (NY, NY)
Are you kidding, or is that pudding? These fellows are pudding us on with such delicious spicing of whomp and stomp. Messrs. Nistico, and Zito, of course, are the super catalysts for this supercalafrilisticexpialidosius, romp through the changes. The other gents are along for the ride, and were that we all were there, too. Je Biga! Ooo boppa dah, and don't stop the 'Trane. Dig it!!!!!!


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