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II SASTANAK U STUDIJU CAT. NO: CS-26
Jack Deival FORMAT: 10" LP

£8.00 + VAT


MUSICIANS: 
Side A:
JACK DIEVAL QUARTET with EDUARD SADJIL and PREDRAG IVANOVIC
Jack Deival - piano; Bernard Vitet - flugelhorn; Francois Jeanneau - tenor sax; Jackues Hess - bass; Art Taylor - drums; Predrag Ivanovic  - trumpet; Eduard Sadjil - tenor sax
Side B:
JACK DIEVAL QUARTET

A1
PENNIES FROM HEAVEN (Johnston/Bruke) 6'33
A2 MOONLIGHT IN VERMONT (Suessdorf) 2'49
A3 GLORIA (R. Miselvia) 2'40
B1 TEMA BR. 4 (A. Necak) 5'00
B2 MOJ RODNI KRAJ (I. Robic) 5'16
B3 SRETAN PT (M. Kotlic) 4'00
Recorded 4./5. March 1961, in RTB Studio VI, Belgrade

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REVIEWS: PLACE YOUR OWN REVIEW

The second in a sereies of three 10" records that RTB label from Belgrade released in 1960/61.
The label has used oportunity to invite some foreign musicians during their visit to Belgrade to do a recording jam-session with a local jazz musicians and here are the results. On this record we have two Jazz pioneers from Belgrade and Jack Diavel Quartet. Predrag Ivanovic later gained a fame with his vocal quartet and Eduard Sadjil still has been counted as the most soulful and poetical jazz balads sax player in Yugoslavia. Historicly this recording is important for Yugoslavian jazz because that was the first time that some foreign musicians were playing (and recording) some local author's compositions.

DUSTY GROOVE INTERNET SHOP
The most obscure group in this great 3-volume Meetings In Studio series -- a session that features work by an all-Eastern European jazz ensemble from 1961 -- Borislav Rakovic on piano, Joe Sydow on bass, Hans Hoitz on drums, Milan Stojanivic on tenor and flute, and Vojislav Djonovic on guitar. Tracks are short and tight -- nicely grooving in a laidback way that recalls some of the hipper RCA jazz sessions of the mid 50s.



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