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8 thoughts on “ Totti Bergh Quintet - Major Blues (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Totti Bergh, Category: Artist, Albums: We Love Norway (Remastered), Remember, I Hear a Rhapsody, Top Tracks: In a Sentimental Mood, A smooth one, I Hear a Rhapsody, Three little words, Foolin' Myself, Biography: b. 5 December , Oslo, Norway. He also regularly accompanied his wife, singer Laila Dalseth, leading a regular quintet. In
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Major Blues on Discogs. Label: Gemini Records (7) - GMCD 68 • Format: CD Album • Country: Norway • Genre: Jazz • Totti Bergh Quintet - Major Blues (, CD) | Discogs4/5(1).
  3. Jive at Five by Michel Hausser Octet was written by Count Basie and Harry "Sweets" Edison and was first recorded and released by Count Basie and His Orchestra in Michel Hausser Octet released it on the album Up in Hamburg in It was covered by John Dankworth & Danny Moss, The Bay Big Band, Totti Bergh Quintet, Per Borthen Swing Department Limited and other artists.
  4. Album, Limited Edition, Orange Translucent. Record looks never played, cover is perfect except a very small stain on front cover(1 millimeter). Original Inner Sleeve.
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  6. Confessin' the Blues: CD: GMCD Eivin Sannes: Sandu: CD: GMCD Totti Bergh Quintet: Major Blues: CD: GMLP Atle Hammer - Totti Bergh - Knut Riisnæs - Odd Riisnæs - Vidar Johansen - Einar Iversen - Egil Kapstad - Terje Gewelt - Tom Olstad: Jazz på norsk: 12" LP: GMCD 70 3 3: Einar Iversen: Who.
  7. Theodor Christian Frølich Bergh known as Totti Bergh (born 5 December in Oslo – deceased 4 January in Oslo) was a Norwegian jazz musician (saxophone), the younger brother of the jazz journalist Johannes (Johs.) Bergh (–), married to jazz singer Laila Dalseth, and known as the bandleader and publisher of several jazz records.
  8. Totti Bergh is a swinging tenor saxophonist from Scandinavia whose tone is quite reminiscent of Zoot Sims. Teamed up with two Americans (trombonist George Masso and bassist Major Holley) and a couple of Scandinavians (pianist Egil Kapstad and drummer Pelle Hulten), Bergh and his quintet perform seven standards plus the straightforward "Major Blues" on this enjoyable LP.8/

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