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Featuring Lin Halliday. The "Tough Town" is Chicago, and on this 1991 debut recording of the jazz vibe player, Jim Cooper captures it's essence- it's blues and grit, but also it's sophistication and it's sentiment. Cooper spent his life in Chicago, growing up at 83rd and Cottage Grove in the 50s, when that deep-southside community throbbed with the pulse of nightclubs and jazz joints. He's joined by Chicago jazz legend Ira Sullivan who usually plays a variety of instruments on sessions but here he plays tenor sax only. Also Bob Dogan, piano; Dan DeLorenzo, bass; Charlie Braugham, drums and Alejo Poveda, percussion.
Featuring Lin Halliday. The "Tough Town" is Chicago, and on this 1991 debut recording of the jazz vibe player, Jim Cooper captures it's essence- it's blues and grit, but also it's sophistication and it's sentiment. Cooper spent his life in Chicago, growing up at 83rd and Cottage Grove in the 50s, when that deep-southside community throbbed with the pulse of nightclubs and jazz joints. He's joined by Chicago jazz legend Ira Sullivan who usually plays a variety of instruments on sessions but here he plays tenor sax only. Also Bob Dogan, piano; Dan DeLorenzo, bass; Charlie Braugham, drums and Alejo Poveda, percussion.
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Format: CD
Label: DLM
Catalog: 446
Rel. Date: 09/18/1993
UPC: 038153044626

Tough Town
Artist: Jim Cooper
Format: CD
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Featuring Lin Halliday. The "Tough Town" is Chicago, and on this 1991 debut recording of the jazz vibe player, Jim Cooper captures it's essence- it's blues and grit, but also it's sophistication and it's sentiment. Cooper spent his life in Chicago, growing up at 83rd and Cottage Grove in the 50s, when that deep-southside community throbbed with the pulse of nightclubs and jazz joints. He's joined by Chicago jazz legend Ira Sullivan who usually plays a variety of instruments on sessions but here he plays tenor sax only. Also Bob Dogan, piano; Dan DeLorenzo, bass; Charlie Braugham, drums and Alejo Poveda, percussion.
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