|A1||Down And Dirty
Written-By – Al Cohn
Written-By – Schwartz-Dietz*
Written-By – Manny Albam
|A4||Gone With The Wind
Written-By – Allie Wrubel, Herbert Magidson
Written-By – Art Farmer
Written-By – Gus Kahn, Walter Donaldson
|B3||Isn't It Romantic
Written-By – Richard Rodgers-Lorenz Hart*
|B4||For Art's Sake
Written-By – Al Cohn
|B5||Old Devil Moon
Written-By – Burton Lane, E.Y. Harburg
|CRL 57131||Hal McKusick Quintet||Hal McKusick Quintet Featuring Art Farmer (LP, Album, Promo)||Coral||CRL 57131||US||1957|
|MCA 510.175, 32||Hal McKusick Quintet||Hal McKusick Quintet Featuring Art Farmer (LP)||MCA Records, Jazz Stars||MCA 510.175, 32||France||Unknown|
|MCA-1379||Hal McKusick Quintet||Hal McKusick Quintet Featuring Art Farmer (LP)||MCA Records||MCA-1379||US||1983|
|CRL 57131||Hal McKusick Quintet||Featuring Art Farmer (LP, Album)||Coral||CRL 57131||Germany||1957|
|LVA 9062||Hal McKusick Quintet||Featuring Art Farmer (LP, Mono)||Vogue Coral||LVA 9062||UK||1957|
Giuffre is also the arranger for three pieces featuring Bill Evans, Paul Chambers, and Connie Kay with the leaders, with McKusick's bass clarinet taking solo honors in "It Never Entered My Mind. The last three tracks also include Evans, expanding the group to a sextet with Galbraith, Hinton, and Charlie Persip joining Farmer and McKusick. George Russell is the arranger, with a swaggering yet cool take of Russell's "Stratusphunk" standing out. Recommended.
Hal McKusick Quintet. Featuring Art Farmer (LP, Mono). Hal McKusick Quintet. Featuring Art Farmer (LP, Album). Hal McKusick Quintet Featuring Art Farmer (LP, Album).
Musicians: Art Farmer - Trumpet Hal McKusick - Clarinet, Bass Clarinet, Alto Saxophone Eddie Costa - Piano (Tracks 01-11) Bill Evans - Piano (Tracks 14-19) Barry Galbraith - Guitar (Tracks 12,13,17-19) Teddy Kotick - Bass (Tracks 12-13) Paul Chambers - Bass (Tracks 14-16)
Art Farmer & Hal McKusick Quintet Complete Studio Recordings. com/audios-77973159?album id 84499675. This Lone Hill compilation collects all of the quintet studio recordings made together by Art Farmer and Hal McKusick, covering four different groups, each with a unique rhythm section. Farmer was still playing trumpet, prior to his switch to flugelhorn, while the alto saxophonist also doubles on clarinet and bass clarinet.
Art Farmer & Hal McKusick Quintet. Art Farmer & Hal McKusick Quintet The End of a Love Affair.