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  1. Charlie Watts And The Tentet: Watts At Scott's ‎ (2xCD, Album) Sanctuary Records: US: Sell This Version/5(7).
  2. Recorded in June during gigs at Ronnie Scott's, the two CD set delivers more than two hours of subtle leadership by Watts, with a band playing to the audience and the spirit of Charlie Parker heard in the sax solos/5(19).
  3. Watts At Scott's is Charlie Watts' stunning new album, recorded live in June at Ronnie Scott's Jazz Club in London. A musical icon, Rolling Stones drummer Charlie Watts has a contagious love of jazz, brilliantly communicated on this, the first recording from Watts and the acclaimed Tentet/5(19).
  4. Sunset and the mockingbird / Duke Ellington () --Little Willie leaps / Miles Davis () --Airto II / Charlie Watts, Jim Keller, Emmanuel Sourdeix, Peter King () --Chasing reality / Gerard Presencer () --Faction & band introduction / Mick Jagger, Keith Richards ; Gerard Presencer () --Elvin's song / Charlie Watts, Jim Keller.
  5. Dec 02,  · Charlie WATTS and The Tentet – Watts at Scott’s, Live Jazz. In quiet pursuit of his eccentric agenda – showcasing classic American music of the late-swing and early-bop era and the talents of the best British jazz musicians simultaneously – Stones drummer Charlie Watts .
  6. Jul 01,  · Charlie Watts Tentet, Watts at Scott's 3 / 5 stars 3 out of 5 stars. (Black Box/Sanctuary) John Fordham. Thu 1 Jul EDT First published on Thu 1 Jul EDT.
  7. Sea Changes () Sunset and the Mockingbird () Sunset and the Mockingbird (subtitled The Birthday Concert) is a live album by pianist Tommy Flanagan recorded at the Village Vanguard in on his 67th birthday and released on the Blue Note label.
  8. Charlie Watts Tentet - Live Tokyo As a contrast to the free jazz postings we've had recently, here's something a little more melodic. Charlie may not be the greatest drummer in the world, but his contribution to British jazz is unquestionable.

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