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Опубликовано: 7 сент. 2014 г. Serge Chaloff Sextet - What's New? (1955). Personnel: Herb Pomeroy (trumpet), Boots Mussulli (alto sax), Serge Chaloff (baritone sax), Ray Santisi (piano), Everett Evans (bass), Jimmy Zitano (drum).
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The ironic part is that, once Chaloff cleaned up his act, he contracted spinal paralysis and died in 1957.
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Blue Serge + Boston Blow-Up + 2 Bonus. Blue Serge + Boston Blow-Up + 2 Bonus. Chaloff would die soon after these recordings were made, on July 16, 1957, at the age of 33, from cancer of the spine, which was aggravated by his drug addiction. PERSONNEL: ERGE CHALOFF, baritone sax SONNY CLARK, piano LEROY VINNEGAR, bass PHILLY JOE JONES, drums. Bonus Album (9-19): Boston Blow-Up! Serge Chaloff (bs); Boots Mussulli (as); Herb Pomeroy (tp); Ray Santisi (p); Everett Evans (b); Jimmy Zitano (d) New York, April 4 (13, 15-16 & 18) & April 5 (9-12, 14, 17 & 19), 1955.
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Baritonist Serge Chaloff, best known as a member of Woody Herman's Second Herd, made a comeback in the mid-'50s after years of drug abuse. Having kicked the habit in his native Boston, he recorded The Fable of Mable in 1954 and this excellent session the following year. Chaloff is heard on a variety of obscure originals plus a couple of standards (including a near-classic "Body and Soul") in a sextet with trumpeter Herb Pomeroy and altoist Boots Mussulli. The ironic part is that, once Chaloff cleaned up his act, he contracted spinal paralysis and died in 1957.
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