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Ralph Peña, "Master of the Bass". Is it ever feasible that anything irrefutably judged to be impossible can actually be proved to be within the realm of possibility? This is the type of conundrum often put forward by one of those clever few who can show off with a glib answer to his own riddle. All of the ranking jazz pianists of the Coast appear there, and it is where Pete Jolly and Ralph Peña played their first extended engagement together and also where they conceived the style for this, their first album. When Pete first came to Los Angeles in 1954, one of the first bassists he worked with was Ralph Peña, already recognized as one of the top men on his instrument on the Coast. They immediately recognized each other’s talents and quickly became close friends. Finally in 1958 they began working as a duo.
Profile: American Jazz bassist, born 24 February 1927 in Jarbidge in Nevada, USA and died in a car accident 20 May 1969 in Mexico-City, Mexico. He was well-known and acclaimed as supportive bassist in the 1950s and 1960s. Sites: vervemusicgroup. Master Of The Bass (Album). Pete Jolly, Ralph Peña - Impossible (LP).
1. Dearly Beloved - Impossible. 2. My Star - Impossible. 3. Easy to Love - Impossible. 4. If I'm Lucky - Impossible. 5. Love Letters - Impossible. 6. Impossible - Impossible.
Greatest Jazz Masters. Quartet, Quintet & Sextet. Pete Jolly Gasses Everybody. Essential Jazz Masters (1955-1956). Listen to Impossible, 5 O'Clock Shadows now. Listen to Impossible, 5 O'Clock Shadows in full in the this site app.
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Pete Jolly (born Peter A. Ceragioli J. June 5, 1932 – November 6, 2004) was an American West Coast jazz pianist and accordionist. He was well known for his performance of television themes and various movie soundtracks. Jolly began playing the accordion at age three, and appeared on the radio program Hobby Lobby at the age of seven. He was raised in Phoenix, Arizona, a hotbed of jazz at the time
|A3||Easy To Love|
|A4||If I'm Lucky|
|B1||On Green Dolphin Street|
|B4||I Should Care|
- Record Company – His Master's Voice (NZ) Limited
- Artwork – Gale*
- Bass – Ralph Peña
- Piano – Pete Jolly
|E1014||Pete Jolly||Impossible (LP, Album, Mono)||MetroJazz||E1014||US||1958|