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Sunday Music & Thad Jones & Mel Lewis & Three and One

“Three and One” from Presenting Thad Jones/Mel Lewis and the Jazz Orchestra (1966). Straining for a Sunday connection here, I’ll go with “very rough summary of the doctrine of the Trinity.”

Thad Jones (flugelhorn), Mel Lewis (drums), Hank Jones (piano), Richard Davis (bass), Jerome Richardson (saxophone), Jerry Dodgion (saxophone), Joe Farrell (saxophone), Eddie Daniels (saxophone), Pepper Adams (saxophone), Richard Williams (trumpet), Danny Stiles (trumpet), Bill Berry (trumpet), Jimmy Nottingham (trumpet), Bob Brookmeyer (trombone), Jack Rains (trombone), Tom McIntosh (trombone), Cliff Heather (trombone).

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3 responses to “Sunday Music & Thad Jones & Mel Lewis & Three and One

  1. I like your Sunday music interpretation of “the very rough summary of the doctrine of the Trinity.”

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