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Don Rendell, Ian Carr

BBC Jazz Club II 1965-1966

Label: Rhythm & Blues Records

Format: CD

Genre: Jazz

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The Rendell/Carr Quintet has long been regarded as among the most iconic ensembles in 1960s British jazz, famed for its unique blend of musical personalities and the equally singular ‘style’ which resulted from its blend of experience, youth and creative ambition. This, the second R&B release of previously unissued material by the band, captures a moment of genuine jazz history with its inclusion of Michael Garrick’s debut broadcast with the quintet. Two further radio appearances find the band hitting its stride on material mixing themes familiar from its studio LPs with compositions not heard elsewhere in the Rendell/Carr discography. 

BBC Jazz Club II serves as an excellent introduction to a significant band that should be better known in the U.S. Scott Yanow LA Jazz Scene 

Music of commendable distinction. So much to enjoy. Peter Vacher Jazzwise

Details
Cat. number: RANDBO75
Year: 2021
Notes:
A spoken introduction (by Humphrey Lyttleton I believe) is a hidden / uncredited track on this release and is given as track 1 on the CD itself -it's of 13 seconds duration. Track durations taken from CD player readings, none given on inlay card.