Perhaps, I should remind you how he started with Benny Carter, then with Louis Armstrong, Mezz Mezzrow, Benny Goodman and Red Norvo, to talk about Teddy Wilson, or enough to tell of his famous collaboration with Lady Day?
Needless to mention his nearly two hundred recordings made before the 1945, including those for the Brunswick, to put him, at full merit, among the masters of swing?
I think just listening to this LP.
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Catalog#: CLE 21032
Recorded in Milan, 9 April, 1976
Teddy Wilson (p), Lino Patruno (bass), Carlo Sola (drums)
A1) After You've Gone - 3'55"
A2) Ellington Medley - 4'30"
a) Sophisticated Lady
b) Don't Get Around Much Anymore
A3) Flying Home - 5'05"
A4) Gershwin Medley from "Porgy and Bess" - 4'30"
a) It Ain't Necessarily So
b) Bess, You Is My Woman Now
B1) Stompin' At The Savoy - 4'50"
B2) Ellington Medley - 5'32"
a) Prelude To A Kiss
b) Take The "A" Train
B3) I Can't Get Started - 3'50"
B4) One O' Clock Jump - 5'47"