The Jimmy Giuffre–Bob Brookmeyer Five was a short-lived endeavour for both musicians. After the split, Bob Brookmeyer spent a huge chunk of his years recording jingles, playing as accompaniment to a wide variety of pop musicians as well as participating in other tasks pertaining to studio work. But this time, Giuffre, who played clarinet and tenor saxophone, and Bob Brookmeyer, who played valve trombone, were once again reunited to form the new quintet. The bassist was Chuck Israels and the drummer was Steve Schaeffer. The group conducted its rehearsals at Giuffre's studio. It was known to the public at one of the Jazz Interactions Sunday afternoon sessions.
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