At least a dozen Dizzy Gillespie compilations have been released under the Groovin' High title. Unfortunately this has led to an absolute quagmire of irrelevant reviews being posted on Amazon. The Indigo set with the somewhat psychedelic orange cover is the real deal/5(24).
· Drums – Cozy Cole, Kenny Clarke, Shelly Manne, Sid Catlett *. Guitar – Chuck Wayne, Remo Palmieri. Piano – Al Haig, Clyde Hart, Frank Paparelli, John Lewis (2) Remastered By – Rudy Van Gelder. Saxophone – Charlie Parker, Dexter Gordon, James Moody, Sonny Stitt. Trumpet – Dizzy Gillespie. Vibraphone – Milt Jackson/5(3).
Dizzy Gillespie: Groovin' High (LP, Vinyl record album) - A classic LP collection of some of the earlier sides that Dizzy cut for Savoy, with be bop classics -- Dusty Groove is Chicago's Online Record StoreBrand: Savoy (Label).
Dizzy’s Atmosphere, Salt Peanuts, Hot House, That’s Earl Brother, the stylish scat-along classic Oop-Bop-Sh’Bam, One Bass Hit- Part Two, the fast-paced Things To Come and Ray’s Idea. So what made Groovin’ High a charismatic and superlative Big band masterpiece is how Dizzy swings the big band ensemble with exhilarating/5(23).
"Groovin' High" is an influential song by jazz composer and trumpeter Dizzy song was a bebop mainstay that became a jazz standard, one of Gillespie's best known hits, and, according to Bebop: The Music and Its Players author Thomas Owens, "the first famous bebop recording". The song is a complex musical arrangement based on the chord structure of the standard originally.
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