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GOJKOVIC/KOVACEV  - Trumpets & Rhythm Unit CAT. NO: CS-18

FORMAT: CD / LP


£8.50 + VAT

£8.50 + VAT


Dusko Gojkovic (tp)
Pero Ugrin (tp)
Stjepko Gut (tp)
Ladislav "Laci" Fidri (tp)
Bora Rokovic (p)
Kresimir Rameta (b)
Branislav "Lala" Kovacev (ds)

RECORDED 16. i 17. March 1979. in Belgrade, Yugoslavia  /   Original:Radio-Televizija Beograd RTB LP-4206, Yugoslavia

DUSKO GOJKOVIC DISCOGRAPHY

 
©  2001, COSMIC SOUNDS
01
QUO VADIS SAMBA (Gojkovic)
5'44
02 IN THE SIGN OF LYBRA (Gojkovic)
LISTEN 5'01
03 *FESTIVAL BLUES (Gojkovic) 
LISTEN 6’55
04 RUFUS (Fidri) 
LISTEB 4'34
05 DONA LEE (Parker) 
LISTEN 3'18
06 THE AMBASSADOR (Gojkovic)
5'05
07 ADAPTATION BLUES (Gojkovic)
6'40
08 SUMMERTIME (Gershwin) 
6'04
09
MAJORITY OF ONE (Gojkovic)
6'58

* Tracks 3 and 6 previously unreleased.



REVIEWS: PLACE YOUR OWN REVIEW

This recording was initially done only for radio broadcasting. There was no plan for any release. Apparently Dusko wasn't even aware when the record came out. All the tracks were recorded in two days in Radio Belgrade's studio and here you will find complete recording session including 2 previously unreleased tracks. Session represents another successful Dusko's experiment, this time with 4 trumpet players and rhythm section.  It couldn't go wrong with a Dusko as a leader and an excellent line-up. Record soon became  sought after, especially between the jazz dance fans who were after the classic jazz dance track Quo Vadis Samba.

 
DUSTY GROOVE AMERICA
A sweet set of jazzy tracks from this famous European trumpeter -- recorded in 1979 for Yugoslavian Radio, but never issued properly as a commercial release until now! The set's got Dusko blowing trumpet lines in a four-part trumpet section -- working with electric piano in the rhythm section to craft some jaunty numbers that have slight funk undertones, but which still stay mostly in straight jazz territory to show off Dusko's deft solo skills!

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