There’s a cross-dressing quality about the first three tracks on Getz Meets Mulligan in Hi-Fi. You hear the baritone and tenor saxophones but things seem a little inside out. The baritone has Stan Getz’s mildness and the tenor sounds more like Mulligan’s bouncing attack. In fact, Verve producer Norman Granz recorded just such a switch, which at first might seem pointless but it kind of grows on you…

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