Various Artists

Jazz of the 1960's

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RCA Victor's Jazz of the 1960s is an entertaining collection of some of the biggest crossover jazz hits of the '60s, featuring such tracks as Stan Getz's "The Girl From Ipanema," Chet Baker's "Star Eyes," Duke Ellington's "After All," Sonny Rollins' "Without a Song," Gary Burton's "Hello Young Lovers," J.J. Johnson's "So What," Johnny Hodges' "The Very Thought of You," Lionel Hampton's "Turn Me Loose," Joe Williams' "Come Back Baby" and Desmond/Mulligan's "All the Things You Are."

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