|1||But Not For Me||5:58|
|2||After You've Gone||6:05|
|3||Ballad Medley: Easy Living / I've Got The World On A String / If You Were Mine / Body And Soul||8:50|
|4||St. Louis Blues||4:31|
|5||You're Just In Love||5:24|
|7||Medley: Memories Of You / Yesterdays / September Song / California Here I Come||12:08|
Live at the Embers 1952. Live at the Embers 1952. CD - Dot Time Records 8003).
Both Directions At Once: The Lost Album. One night in early 1952, the violinist David Sarser, lugged one of the first Ampex reel-to-reel tape decks into a popular Manhattan nightclub on East 54th street called The Embers. His mission was to record some of the excellent music being served up nightly by four of the world's top Jazz musicians at the top of their game. Joe Bushkin, the leader, was a gifted pianist who emerged during the pioneer days of American Jazz, with a gregarious style containing hints of Art Tatum, glints of Teddy Wilson, and touches of Earl Hines.
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The results on The Joe Bushkin Quartet: Live at the Embers, 1952 is a clean and fascinating recording by the pianist, who began his career with New York dance bands. On this album, which was previously released in 2006 on a different label under Buck Clayton’s name, we hear a relaxed Bushkin backed by Hinton and Jones, two gold-standard sidemen. Tracks with Clayton also are top shelf. Perhaps the high point is the ballad medley featuring Easy Living, I’ve Got the World on a String, If You Were Mine and Body and Soul.