No one, however, can duplicate Russell'snendearingly off-center conception.nHis own exposition of "I'd Climb thenHighest Mountain" in Over the Rainbown(Xanadu 192) is a prime example ofnRussell at his unclassifiable best. Thenodd biplay between Russell and drummernGeorge Wettling in this 1958 datenmakes the album worthwhile. Russellnand seminal . . .

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