Django Reinhardt and Stephane Grappelly – Originals - 14 Unpublished Performances! - 1962 Jazz - Original Canada LP
- Django Reinhardt and Stephane Grappelly – Over The Rainbow.mp3
- Django Reinhardt and Stephane Grappelly – Nagasaki - My Melancholy Baby.mp3
- Django Reinhardt and Stephane Grappelly – Minor Swing - Sweet Georgia Brown.mp3
- Django Reinhardt and Stephane Grappelly – Just A Gigolo - What Is This Thing Called Love - My Blue Heaven - Rosetta.mp3
Django Reinhardt, Stephane Grappelly – Originals - 14 Unpublished Performances!
Capitol Records – T 6015, Capitol Records – T6015
The "6000" Series –
Vinyl, LP, Album, Mono
Record is VG+ VG++ has some wear (listen to our copy)
Cover is VG+ VG++ has some ringwear, cornerwear on bottom right corner and edgewear on top edge (see our pic)
Record comes in original Capitol label printed inner sleeve VG+ has wear
A1 Over The Rainbow 2:40
A2 Swing 39 3:10
A3 Vous Qui Passez Sans Me Voir 2:47
A4 Nagasaki 2:50
A5 My Melancholy Baby 3:30
A6 Bolero De Django 3:37
A7 Liza 2:48
B1 Minor Swing 2:42
B2 Sweet Georgia Brown 3:14
B3 Just A Gigolo 3:27
B4 What Is This Thing Called Love ? 3:50
B5 My Blue Heaven 3:30
B6 Clopin Clopant 3:04
B7 Rosetta 3:00
Manufactured By – Capitol Records Of Canada, Ltd.
Bass – Carlo Pecori
Drums – Aurelio De Carolis
Guitar – Django Reinhardt
Piano – Gianni Safred
Violin – Stephane Grappelly
Recorded January-February 1949
Jacket spine & labels: T 6015
Jacket back: T6015
Jacket front (as listed): Originals *14 Unpublished Performances!
Jacket back: 14 Hitherto Unpublished Performances
Django misspelled as 'Djaneo' on spine
Cover designed and printed in Canada
Barcode and Other Identifiers
Matrix / Runout (Runout: Side A: Etched): 2XEA-2065
Matrix / Runout (Printed on Side A Label): 2XEA 2065
Matrix / Runout (Runout: Side 2: Etched): 2XEA-2066
Matrix / Runout (Printed on Side B Label): 2XEA2066
Between 1960 and 1987, Capitol Records Of Canada issued the unique "6000" series of LP records for the Canadian market. The series encompasses the very best of Canadian popular music of the era, as well as an incredibly broad range of the very best European and American EMI artists tailored for the unique tastes of the Canadian record buying public, including The Beatles early and later Canadian-only releases. The 6000 series was boosted initially by Paul White and the decline of the 6000 series in the 1980s coincided with the arrival of the "global format" compact disc. The 6000 series has become famous among music collectors worldwide.
Although Django Reinhardt was famous for his mood swings and volatile temper, his unique guitar work remains beyond reproach and nearly impossible to copy. A fire cost him the use of two of his fingers on his left hand, forcing him to adapt his style to accommodate his handicap. Of course, he would turn this apparent limitation into an asset. Partner Stephane Grappelli was no doubt frustrated by Reinhardt's fiery demeanor and his nearly confrontational rhythmic support. Clearly, however, Grappelli translated this frustration into musical magic--the unlikeliness of the pairing was central to its amazing success.
This LP features 14 unpublished performances by the famous duo.