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The Pete Christlieb Quartet Live-Dino's '83

by Pete Christlieb

Extremely high energy jazz resounding from the Pete Christlieb Quartet on Thursday and Friday nights at Dino's Italian Restaurant in Pasadena, California in 1983.
Genre: Jazz: Traditional Jazz Combo
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Like Almost Like
7:23 album only
2. Dennis
5:51 album only
3. Hi Fly
10:06 album only
4. So's Your Mother
10:03 album only
5. Autumn Breeze
8:07 album only
6. Speak Low
8:43 album only



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Brent Vaughan

A long time coming...
I first heard this album over 20 years ago and have anxiously awaited it's release on CD. As a young Tenor player when I first heard it (unfortunately on a VERY bad cassette copy) I listened to it over and over and over. Hearing it on CD all these years later, it is still one of the hardest swinging things I have EVER heard. Pete displays a thorough knowledge of the history of the Tenor while putting his own stamp on the proceedings. I have cited this as a wonderful example of a recording that should be dissected by a new Jazz musician. This should be in every Jazz program at every school in the Country. Kudos, Pete, on one of my absolute favorite performances on record. A true treasure!

Carl Morano

Killer performance from one of the great tenors of our time! Excellent audio qu
An important live document from one of our greatest living tenor players! Please Pete, we need more recordings!

John Killoch

Must be among the great small group sessions of all time
Must be among the great small groups sessions of all time.

At last on CD, Pete Christleib one of the great tenor players of all time, Jim Hughart On bass, Mike Melvoin on piano and the late Nick Ceroli on drums. Nick,s, facility, taste and musicality are mind blowing. Bob Florence's choice for his big band and one of the best small group drummers ever. One thing stands out among many facets to his playing is his use of his cymbals including the 'trash can'. This is a WOW of a CD.