Jolly, Pete

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Little Bird
Jazz Used - LP A-22 Ava
Mono Original In Shrinkwrap.... more details
 
Jolly, Pete - Little Bird Little Bird
Jazz New - LP AS 22 V.S.O.P.
Sealed 1988 Reissue. Recorded In Stereo, 1963.... more details
 
Jolly, Pete - Strike Up The Band Strike Up The Band
Jazz New - LP LA27-1003 Atlas
New, Unplayed Japan Only Rarity With Obi. Features Art Pepper, Bob Magnusson And Roy McCurdy.... more details
 
Jolly, Pete - Hello, Jolly! Hello, Jolly!
Jazz New - LP AS 51 Ava
Sealed 1964 Stereo Original Featuring His Trio Plus Bill Perkins, Oliver Mitchell, Bud Shank, Barney Kessel And Others .... more details
 
Jolly, Pete - Impossible Impossible
Jazz Used - LP SE 1014 Metro Jazz
Stunning 1958 Deep Groove Stereo Original.... more details
 
Jolly, Pete - Herb Alpert Presents Pete Jolly Herb Alpert Presents Pete Jolly
Jazz New - LP SP 4145 A&M
Sealed 1968 Original. "Herb Alpert, Then At The Crest Of His Fabulously Successful Roll With The Tijuana Brass, Tried To Give Unsung L.A. Hero Pete Jolly — Then Toiling In The Studios — Some High-Profile Exposure-By-Association On A Trio Of Albums For His Own Label, A&M. On Their First Try, Alpert And Jolly Serve Up An Appealing Mix Of Swinging Quartet Jazz And Period Instrumental Pop Tastefully Orchestrated By Marty Paich, Very Much Within The Parameters Of A&M's Enlightened Middle-Of-The-Road Direction In Its Early Years. Some Soft Rock-Accented Tracks Are Clearly Aimed At Airplay (Leroy Anderson's "Serenata," Dori Caymmi's "Like A Lover"), While Other Paich Orchestrations Are A Bit Tougher And More Challenging ("For Carl"), And Neal Hefti's "Lonely Girl" Gets An Especially Lively And Erudite Workout. Yet Whether Embroidering The Melody Or Taking Off With Drummer Earl Palmer, Bassist Chuck Berghofer And Guitarist John Pisano (On Loan From The TJB), Jolly Is Marvelously Inventive And A Hard-Swinging Pianist At All Times. This LP Is A Most Attractive Marriage Between Art And Commerce — Something Alpert Was, And Remains, Very Good At." Richard Ginell, AMG.... more details
 
Jolly, Pete - Give A Damn Give A Damn
Jazz New - LP SP 4184 A&M
Sealed 1969 Stereo Original Featuring Bob Brookmeyer And Others. Recorded Live At Donte's. Pristine.... more details
 
Jolly, Pete - Seasons Seasons
Jazz New - LP SP 3033 A&M
Sealed, Very Rare, 1970 Heavy Duty Gatefold Original, Small COH. 1" Bottom Center Seam Split. "A Wonderfully Emotional Electronic Tour De Force. Completely Improvised In A Single Four-Hour Session In The Studio By Jolly And A Superb, Versatile Rhythm Section: Drummer Paul Humphrey, Guitarist John Pisano, And The Ever-Present Chuck Berghofer On Bass (With Milt Holland And Emil Richards Contributing As Well). Jolly Plays Not Only Acoustic Piano, But Wurlitzer Electronic Piano, Accordion, Musette, Sano Vox And The Hammond B-3. Minimal Overdubbing Was Done Later. "Seasons" Unleashes Jolly's Imagination, And He Creates A Marvelous Tapestry Of Sound That Both Moves The Listener And Swings Spontaneously. Beautifully Produced By Herb Alpert — Who Brought Him To A&M — The Record Is Structured As A Continuous Suite — With Only The Side Break On The LP Interrupting The Flow — And It Comes To An Exciting, Carefully Graded Climax On "The Indian's Summer," With Jolly Pounding The Grand Piano And A Sudden Burst Of Big Band Fireworks Courtesy Of Bill Holman. It Doesn't End There However, As The Closing Cut, A Near Nostalgic Weeper Cum Slippery Little Funk Number Called "Pete's Jolly" Attests, Sending It Out On A Fingerpopping Note. There Is Arch Humor In Tracks Like The Scurrying "Bees" And The Sauntering "Plummer Park" (Which Has Been Sampled Plentifully By The Hip-Hop Generation And Contains The Tight Popping Jazz Funk That Defined The CTI Label, As Does The Last Tune On The LP Side, "Springs"), The Vivid Tone Painting In "Rainbows" And "Sand Storm," And The Aching Beauty In "Autumn Festival." Roger Nichols' Wistful "Seasons" And The Sole Standard On The Album, "Younger Than Springtime," Fit Seamlessly Into The Fabric Of Jolly's Improvisations, And He Uses "Springtime" As A Recurring Motif. Nothing From His Earlier Recordings Could Prepare The Listener For This Record, And He Did Nothing Comparable Until His Death In 2004." Richard S. Ginell And Thom Jurek, AMG.... more details
 
Jolly, Pete - Herb Alpert Presents Pete Jolly Herb Alpert Presents Pete Jolly
Jazz Used - LP SP 4145 A&M
Mint 1968 Stereo Original. "Herb Alpert, Then At The Crest Of His Fabulously Successful Roll With The Tijuana Brass, Tried To Give Unsung L.A. Hero Pete Jolly — Then Toiling In The Studios — Some High-Profile Exposure-By-Association On A Trio Of Albums For His Own Label, A&M. On Their First Try, Alpert And Jolly Serve Up An Appealing Mix Of Swinging Quartet Jazz And Period Instrumental Pop Tastefully Orchestrated By Marty Paich, Very Much Within The Parameters Of A&M's Enlightened Middle-Of-The-Road Direction In Its Early Years. Some Soft Rock-Accented Tracks Are Clearly Aimed At Airplay (Leroy Anderson's "Serenata," Dori Caymmi's "Like A Lover"), While Other Paich Orchestrations Are A Bit Tougher And More Challenging ("For Carl"), And Neal Hefti's "Lonely Girl" Gets An Especially Lively And Erudite Workout. Yet Whether Embroidering The Melody Or Taking Off With Drummer Earl Palmer, Bassist Chuck Berghofer And Guitarist John Pisano (On Loan From The TJB), Jolly Is Marvelously Inventive And A Hard-Swinging Pianist At All Times. This LP Is A Most Attractive Marriage Between Art And Commerce — Something Alpert Was, And Remains, Very Good At." Richard Ginell, AMG.... more details
 
Jolly, Pete - Seasons Seasons
Jazz Used - LP SP 3033 A&M
Very Rare, 1970 Heavy Duty Gatefold Original. Appears Unplayed. "Pete Jolly's Masterpiece. A Wonderfully Emotional Electronic Tour De Force. Completely Improvised In A Single Four-Hour Session In The Studio By Jolly And A Superb, Versatile Rhythm Section: Drummer Paul Humphrey, Guitarist John Pisano, And The Ever-Present Chuck Berghofer On Bass (With Milt Holland And Emil Richards Contributing As Well). Jolly Plays Not Only Acoustic Piano, But Wurlitzer Electronic Piano, Accordion, Musette, Sano Vox And The Hammond B-3. Minimal Overdubbing Was Done Later. "Seasons" Unleashes Jolly's Imagination, And He Creates A Marvelous Tapestry Of Sound That Both Moves The Listener And Swings Spontaneously. Beautifully Produced By Herb Alpert — Who Brought Him To A&M — The Record Is Structured As A Continuous Suite — With Only The Side Break On The LP Interrupting The Flow — And It Comes To An Exciting, Carefully Graded Climax On "The Indian's Summer," With Jolly Pounding The Grand Piano And A Sudden Burst Of Big Band Fireworks Courtesy Of Bill Holman. It Doesn't End There However, As The Closing Cut, A Near Nostalgic Weeper Cum Slippery Little Funk Number Called "Pete's Jolly" Attests, Sending It Out On A Fingerpopping Note. There Is Arch Humor In Tracks Like The Scurrying "Bees" And The Sauntering "Plummer Park" (Which Has Been Sampled Plentifully By The Hip-Hop Generation And Contains The Tight Popping Jazz Funk That Defined The CTI Label, As Does The Last Tune On The LP Side, "Springs"), The Vivid Tone Painting In "Rainbows" And "Sand Storm," And The Aching Beauty In "Autumn Festival." Roger Nichols' Wistful "Seasons" And The Sole Standard On The Album, "Younger Than Springtime," Fit Seamlessly Into The Fabric Of Jolly's Improvisations, And He Uses "Springtime" As A Recurring Motif. Nothing From His Earlier Recordings Could Prepare The Listener For This Record, And He Did Nothing Comparable Until His Death In 2004." Richard S. Ginell And Thom Jurek, AMG.... more details
 
Jolly, Pete - Too Much, Baby! Too Much, Baby!
Jazz Used - LP CS 9197 Columbia
360 Stereo Original Still In Shrink Wrap.... more details
 
Jolly, Pete - When Lights Are Low When Lights Are Low
Jazz New - LP BVJJ 2876 RCA
New, Unplayed Japanese Mono Pressing With Obi. Originally Released On RCA LPM 1367 In 1957.... more details
 
Jolly, Pete - Jolly Jumps In Jolly Jumps In
Jazz New - LP BVJJ 2812 RCA
New, Unplayed Japanese Mono Pressing With Obi.... more details
 
Jolly, Pete - Jolly Jumps In Jolly Jumps In
Jazz New - LP BVJJ 2812 RCA
Sealed Japanese Mono Pressing With Obi. Features Jimmy Giuffre, Shelly Manne, Shorty Rogers And Others. Recorded In 1955.... more details
 
Jolly, Pete - Sweet September Sweet September
Jazz New - LP AS 39 Ava
Sealed 1964 Heavy Vinyl Stereo Original. An Outstanding Trio Outing: Pete Jolly, Piano; Chuck Berghofer, Bass; Larry Bunker, Drums With Special Guests Howard Roberts, Guitar And Nick Martinis, Drums On Two Tracks.... more details
 
Jolly, Pete - Sweet September Sweet September
Jazz New - LP TFJL-38003 AVA / TOFREC
New, Unplayed 1991 Japanese Mono Reissue With Obi. Recorded In Hollywood, 1963.... more details
 
Jolly, Pete - Gasses Everybody Gasses Everybody
Jazz New - LP PLP 825 S Charlie Parker
Sealed 1962 Stereo Original. Features Buddy Collette, Louis Bellson, Red Callender, Gerald Wiggins And Jim Hall. Archival Quality Copy.... more details
 

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