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    Donald Byrd Byrd Blows On Beacon Hill

    Transition / Blue Note
    • LP (180 gram) TRLP 17£36.99
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      Recorded in 1956 for producer Tom Wilson’s Boston-based label Transition Records, Byrd Blows On Beacon Hill presented trumpeter Donald Byrd in a relaxed and intimate quartet setting with Doug Watkins on bass along with Boston area musicians Ray Santisi on piano and Jim Zitano on drums.

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