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    Dexter Gordon Our Man In Paris

    Ermitage
      • 1. Scrapple From The Apple
      • 2. Willow Weep For Me
      • 3. Broadway
      • 4. Stairway To The Stars
      • 5. A Night In Tunisia

      Recorded in 1963 while Dexter Gordon was living in Paris. The quartet was completed by two other American expatriates, Bud Powell (piano) and Kenny Clarke (drums) and French bass player Pierre Michelot.

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