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Teddy Wilson: Jan. 1, 1955

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Sixty-three years ago, on New Year's Day in 1955, pianist Teddy Wilson, bassist Milt Hinton and drummer Jo Jones went into a studio for Norgran Records and recorded The Creative Teddy Wilson, a 7-inch 45-rpm set.

The tracks were soon reissued on Verve as a 12-inch LP called Teddy Wilson: For Quiet Lovers. You'll find it at Spotify or at Amazon. Here's are a handful of songs from the album:  

Here's Blues for the Oldest Profession...



Here's It Had to Be You...



Here's You Took Advantage of Me...



Here's Three Little Words...



Here's If I Had You...



Here's Moonlight on the Ganges...



Here's April in Paris...



And here's Get Out of Town...

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This story appears courtesy of JazzWax by Marc Myers.
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