Delve into the Dutch jazz scene of the 1950s and 1960s with a selection of classic and rare hard bop and cool jazz tracks from artists like Herman Schoonderwalt, the Diamond Five, Wessel Ilcken and Tony Vos. Holland never sounded this hip before! "Jazz is garbage and a caricature of the modern orchestra; it is garbage arranged by half-grown musicians for the benefit of common entertainment." In spite of the Dutch cultural establishment's attempts to preclude jazz -- as illustrated by this citation from the October 1926 issue of music magazine De Muziek -- The Netherlands was one of the earliest adopters of the new music style as it came over to the Old Continent at the end of World War I. Also features Herbie Mann with the Wessel Ilcken Combo, Kwartet Leo Meyer, The Jacobs Brothers, Kwartet Martin Verlinden, The Rhythme All Stars, Martien Beenen and the Orchestra, Sandy Fort, Tony Vos Quartet, The Red and Brown Brothers, Frans Elsen Quintet, Leddy Wessel, Jack van Poll and his Tree-oh, Boy's Big Band, The Frans Wieringa Trio, Eduard Ninck Blok, Rita Reys and Oliver Nelson, Herman Schoonderwalt Septet, and Trio Tony Vos.
2LP, grey vinyl, new/sealed.