German Jazz pianist Jutta Hipp remains one of the mostintriguing yet littleknown figures in Blue Note history. A unique and shortlived presence on the NYC Jazz scene in the mid1950s, Hipp moved to the U.S. with the aid of critic Leonard Feather and recorded a series of Blue Note releases that culminated with Jutta Hipp with Zoot Sims, a sublime date with the feeling of highlevel blowing session featuring tenor saxophonist Zoot Sims, trumpeter Jerry Lloyd, and bassist Ahmed AbdulMalik.
Side A 1. Just Blues, 2. Violets For Your Furs, 3. Down Home Side B 1. Almost Like Being In Love, 2. WeeDot, 3. Too Close For Comfort
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