This CD opens with the last tracks made in Nov. 1951 with a band Mezz regularly played with at the time. For the sake of completeness, Zutty Singleton's drum solo has also been included here. A few months later, Mezzrow gave a concert at "Salle Pleyel" which was partly issued soon after. On the opening "Really The Blues" Mezzrow showed what he was capable of. His duos with Zutty Singleton, Earl Hines' "Monday Date" in particular, are highlights.
Mezzerola Blues Drum Face Blues Des Années 20 Really The Blues Royal Garden Blues Sweet Georgia Brown Muskrat Ramble I've Found A New Baby A Monday Date Frankie And Johnnie Wabash Blues When The Saints Go Marching In Muskrat Ramble (Really The Blues) Boogie Special Honeysuckle Rose Ain't Misbehavin'