I have a mystery small-combo (traddish-style) audio jazz album, or as it's a live audience, a concert recording. It sounds like a sextet. It's on my computer, and I must have downloaded, recorded, or ripped it from somewhere, but I can't remember doing it. It's become one of my favourites but I wish I knew what band it is, the line-up, and the name of the album and/or concert. I've searched the web without success. Can you help? Here's what else I know about it:
1. It has 12 tracks, but they seem to follow on.
2. Instruments are: a) Piano b) Clarinet c) Trumpet d) Guitar (electric) e) Double Bass (Bull fiddle) & possibly Electric Bass f) Drums There could be doubling, but no vocalist, all instrumental.
3. From the closing spoken credits which is not very audible I can make out a few names which are: a) Johnny Barro (or Darro) - (could be with a "w" on the end) b) Jim Douglas c) Frank Tate (Maybe Frank Tate the well-known bassist) d) and three more including the leader but the names are indistinct.
4. I know most of the numbers but just can't put names to them. Ones I can are: Track 2 - You turned the tables on me Track 6 - Speak Low Track 10 - Georgia (on my mind)
Please help if you can. IT'S DRIVING ME NUTS!! Thanks.