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"What A Quartet"!

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In this footage filmed in Paris in 1971 Stan Getz plays the tune "Dum Dum," composed by Eddy Louiss. Frenchman Louiss has collaborated with Kenny Clarke and, in '64, received the Django Reinhardt Prize.

Getz has become well-known for making bossa nova mainstream.

Personnel:
Stan Getz, tenor sax
Eddy Louiss, organ
René Thomas, guitar
Bernard Lubat, drums



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