BudRich! That's a name from way back when:
Tatum starts it off his usual classic way, but Granz goes and barfs the recording, upon which Hampton/Tatum try to riff without a double-take. Too long. This rendition is better:
Steve has had a fascinating life and he has known a lot of legendary musicians including T-Bone Walker, Les Paul, Boz Scaggs, and so on. If you get a chance to see the interview on the Tonight Show, it's worth the watch.
Re: Thank you for the music
Posted: 30 Oct 2019, 09:10
Talking about Steves, there happens to have existed another one, (AFAIK) not related to the guy here or here- but who knows? Steve Gray was a more than competent exponent of groove and disco, and did a lot of cool stuff. Here's a selection: