Teddy Wilson

Everytime We Say Goodbye [1992]

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This compilation of five recording sessions from the mid-1940s showcases Teddy Wilson's unique talent. Endearing and virtuoso versions of many jazz classics are heard here, including "How High the Moon," "Strange Interlude," "Dinah," and "Everytime We Say Goodbye."

We are treated to 17 delectable jazz numbers which feature, among others, the brilliant skills of trumpeter Charlie Shavers, vibraphonist Red Norvo, and vocalist Maxine Sullivan. A compelling set of recordings, EVERYTIME WE SAY GOODBYE is an example of swing music at its best.

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