Genre: Jazz, Cool, Hard Bop, Swing | Release date: March 22, 2005 Norman Granz was one of the most important people in the jazz world, despite the fact that he was not a musician. He started the Jazz At The Philharmonic series, which crisscrossed America from the mid-40's to 1957. By booking these shows only in clubs that would agree to abandon their whites-only audience policy, he also contributed to the civil rights movement, which was still years away. The Norman Granz Jazz Series are performances of some of the greatest jazz artists in American history.
01. Presentation by Nat Hentoff [2:40] 02. I Wished on the Moon [4:16] 03. Mirage [2:50] 04. The More I See You [4:56] 05. Indiana [4:23] 06. At Long Last Love [4:16] 07. Medley [9:48]: - Take the A Train - Don't Get Around Much Any More - In a Sentimental Mood - I'm Beginning to See the Light - Satin Doll - Lady of the Lavender Mist - Caravan
Extra Features: - Portrait Of Norman Granz - Drawings By David Stone Martin - Pictures By George Braunschweug
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