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Bath International Festival 1987


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Charles Fox presents the first of two jazz concerts.
MODERN JAZZ QUARTET John Lewis (piano)
Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Percy Heath (bass) Connie Kay (drums)
This American group was formed in 1954. The present line-up dates from 1955, and they have worked together continuously since, except for one seven-year break.
Part 1 includes John Lewis 's The Golden Striker, Three
Windows and Sacha's March.
10.40* Charles Fox talks to
Milt Jackson about the early days of the quartet.
10.45* Part 2 includes
Sigmund Romberg 's Softly as in a Morning Sunrise and John Lewis 's West Indian Stomp


Unknown: Charles Fox
Piano: John Lewis
Piano: Milt Jackson
Bass: Percy Heath
Bass: Connie Kay
Unknown: John Lewis
Talks: Charles Fox
Unknown: Milt Jackson
Unknown: Sigmund Romberg
Unknown: John Lewis

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Bath International Festival 1987

BBC Radio 3, 9 April 1988 21.50

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