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JAZZ LPS - Collection - New Arrival 17-05-2009 article

 

JAZZ LPS  Collection   17-05-2009

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  1. Miles Davis / Relaxin’ with

Prestige 7129 /  OJC-190 re / 1985

Grading : New – Still Sealed

Price : 850 Baht

(Miles Davis – trumpet / John Coltrane-tenor sax /

Red garland-piano / Paul Chambers-bass /

Philly Joe Jones-drums)

(If I Were A Bell / You’re My Everything /

I Could Write A book / Oleo / It Could Happen To You/

Woody’n You)

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Review

by Lindsay Planer

Relaxin' features the Miles Davis Quintet in a pair of legendary recording dates — from May and October of 1956 — which would generate enough music to produce four separate long-players: Cookin', elaxin', Workin', and Steamin'. Each of these is considered not only to be among the pinnacle of Davis' work, but of the entire bop subgenre as well. As with the other titles, Relaxin' contains a variety of material which the band had concurrently been performing in their concert appearances. In a brilliant stroke of time conservation, the scheme was hatched for the quintet — who includes: Davis (trumpet), John Coltrane (tenor sax), Philly Joe Jones (drums), and Red Garland (piano) — to perform the equivalent of their live repertoire in the studio for eventual release. The results are consistently superior both in terms of song selection as well as performance. The solid nature of the unit as a singular musical force is immediately apparent. "If I Were a Bell" — from the play Guys and Dolls — includes some remarkable soloing via Coltrane and Garland. Davis' solos are additionally impressive, as they're derived from the same four-note motive as the melody. Hearing the many variations that he comes up with throughout the song conveys how intrigued Davis must have been by the tune, as it stayed in his performance repertoire for decades. Tracks such as "You're My Everything" and "Oleo" highlight the synchronic nature of Davis and Coltrane as they carry each other's melodies while trading off solos. The steady syncopation of Philly Joe Jones keeps the rhythms tight and the delicate interplay all the more conspicuous. Relaxin' offers something for every degree of jazz enthusiast. Likewise, the quintet's recordings provide a tremendous introduction for the curious jazz consumer.

 

 

  1. Miles Davis / Bags Groove

Prestige 7109 / OJC-245 re / 1986 / 1954

Grading : New – Still Sealed

Price : 850 Baht

(Miles Davis-trumpet / Milt Jackson-vibes / Thelonious Monk-piano

Percy Heath-bass / Kenny Clarke-drums

(Bags’Groove (take 1) / Bags’Groove (take 2)

( Miles Davis-trumpet / Sonny Rollins-tenor sax /

Horace Silver-piano / Percy Heath-bass / Kenny Clarke-drums

(Airegin / Oleo / But Not For Me (Take 2) / Doxy /

But Not For Me(Take 1)

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Review

by Lindsay Planer

There are a multitude of reasons why Bags' Groove remains a cornerstone of the post-bop genre. Of course there will always be the lure of the urban myth surrounding the Christmas Eve 1954 session — featuring Thelonious Monk — which is documented on the two takes of the title track. There are obviously more tangible elements, such as Davis' practically telepathic runs with Sonny Rollins (tenor sax). Or Horace Silver's (piano) uncanny ability to provide a stream of chord progressions that supply a second inconspicuous lead without ever overpowering. Indeed, Davis' choice of former Dizzy Gillespie Orchestra and concurrent Modern Jazz Quartet members Milt Jackson (vibes), Kenny Clarke (drums), and Percy Heath (bass) is obviously well-informed. This combo became synonymous with the ability to tastefully improvise and provide bluesy bop lines in varied settings. The up-tempo and Latin-infused syncopation featured during the opening of "Airegin" flows into lines and minor-chord phrasings that would reappear several years later throughout Davis' Sketches of Spain epic. The fun and slightly maniacally toned "Oleo" features one of Heath's most impressive displays on Bags' Groove. His staccato accompaniment exhibits the effortless nature with which these jazz giants are able to incorporate round after round of solos onto the larger unit. Bags' Groove belongs as a cornerstone of all jazz collections. Likewise, the neophyte as well as the seasoned jazz enthusiast will find much to discover and rediscover throughout the disc. The remastered CD includes both historic takes of "Bags' Groove" as well as one additional rendering of the pop standard "But Not for Me."

 

 

  1. Sonny Rollins / Way Out West

Contemporary S7530 / OJC-337 re / 1988 / 1957

Grading : New – Still Sealed

Price : 850 Baht

(Sonny Rollins-tenor sax / Ray Brown-bass/ Shelly Manne-drums)

(I’m and Old Cowhand / Solitude / Come, Gone / Wagon Wheels /

There Is No Greater Love / Way Out West)

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Review

by Scott Yanow

The timeless Way out West established Sonny Rollins as jazz's top tenor saxophonist (at least until John Coltrane surpassed him the following year). Joined by bassist Ray Brown and drummer Shelly Manne, Rollins is heard at one of his peaks on such pieces as "I'm an Old Cowhand (From the Rio Grande)," his own "Way out West," "There Is No Greater Love," and "Come, Gone" (a fast stomp based on "After You've Gone"). The William Claxton photo of Rollins wearing Western gear (and holding his tenor) in the desert is also a classic. [The Contemporary re-release appends three bonus tracks, all of them alternate takes.]

 

 

  1. Sonny Rollins / Saxophone Colossus

Prestige 7079 / OJC-291 re / 1987 /1956

Grading : New – Still Sealed

Price : 850 Baht

(Sonny Rollins-tenor sax / Tommy Flanagan-piano /

Max Roach-drums / Doug Watkins-bass)

Strode Rode / Blue 7 / Moritat / St.Thomas /

You Don’t Know What Love Is)

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Review

by Scott Yanow

Sonny Rollins recorded many memorable sessions during 1954-1958, but Saxophone Colossus is arguably his finest all-around set. Joined by pianist Tommy Flanagan, bassist Doug Watkins, and drummer Max Roach, Rollins debuts and performs the definitive version of "St. Thomas," tears into the chord changes of "Mack the Knife" (here called "Moritat"), introduces "Strode Rode," is lyrical on "You Don't Know What Love Is," and constructs a solo on "Blue Seven" that practically defines his style. Essential music that, as with all of Rollins' Prestige recordings, has also been reissued as part of a huge "complete" box set; listeners with a tight budget are advised to pick up this single disc and be amazed.

 

 

 

  1. Joe Puma / Wild  Kitten

Euphoria ELP 195 / Sundazed 180-Gram Vinyl re /1957

Grading : New – Still Sealed (Audiophile Pressing)

Price : 850 Baht

(Joe Puman-guitar / Mat Mathews-accordian /

Oscar Pettiford and whitey Mitchell-bass / Shadow Wilson-drums

(Rose Room / Polka Dots and Moonbeams / Rigamarole /

Sportin’ With Morton / Wild Kitten / Soon / But Not For Me /

Rosalie Ann) 

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  1. Lucky Thompson Quartet / Lucky Strikes

Prestige PR 7365 / OJC-194 re / 1985 / 1964

Grading : New – Still Sealed

Price : 800 Baht

(Lucky Thompson-soprano and tenor saxes / HankJones-piano /

Richard Davis-bass / Connie Kay-drums)

(In A Sentimental Mood / Fly with The Wind / Mid-Nite Oil /

Reminiscent / Mumba Neua / I Forgot To Remember / Prey Loot/

Invitation)

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Review

by Scott Yanow

This CD reissue serves as a perfect introduction to the talents of the underrated saxophonist Lucky Thompson. Heard on four songs apiece on tenor and soprano (he was one of the first bop-oriented soprano players), Thompson plays two standards and six originals in a quartet with pianist Hank Jones, bassist Richard Davis, and drummer Connie Kay. The playing time on this straight reissue of an earlier LP is a bit brief (just over 38 minutes), but the quality is quite high. Thompson's soprano solos in particular are quite memorable.

 

 

  1. Milt Jackson Quartet / Milt Jackson

Prestige 7003 Hifi / OJC-001 re / 1982 /

Grading : New – Still Sealed

Price : 800 Baht

(Milt Jackson-vibes / Horace Silver-piano / Percy Heath-bass/

Connie Kay-drums)

(Wonder Why / I Should Care / My Funny Valentine /

Stonewall / The Nearness Of You / Moonray)

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Review

by Scott Yanow

The music on this quartet date (which features vibraphonist Milt Jackson, pianist Horace Silver, bassist Percy Heath and drummer Connie Kay) is excellent but the playing time (31 minutes) is pretty disgraceful, particularly when one considers that Jackson did a lot of recording for Prestige; certainly more selections could have been added to make this CD have a decent amount of music. Even the old two-LP set Opus De Funk added four selections to the album containing this otherwise enjoyable straightahead set. Quantity aside, Bags and Silver make for a good combination on five standards and Jackson's "Stonewall."

 

 

 

  1. Howard Rumsey’s Lighthouse All-Stars / Music For

Lighthousekeeping

       Contemporary S7528 / OJC-636 re / 1991 / 1956

      Grading : New – Still Sealed

       Price : 750 Baht

       (Howard Rumsey-bass/ Bob Cooper-tenor sax /

        Frank Rosolino-trombone / Conte Candoli-trumpet/

        Stan Levey-drums / Sonny Clark-piano)

        (Love Me Or Levey/ Taxi war Dance / Octavia /

         Mambo Las Vegas / Jubilation / I Deal / 

         Latin For Lovers / Topsy)

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Review

by Bob Rusch, Cadence

The title of this Howard Rumsey date referred to the Lighthouse jazz club, where Rumsey (bass) was a regular with his various Lighthouse All-Stars.

 

     

  1. Bob Cooper / Snooky Young Sextet / In A Mellotone

Featuring Ernie Andrews

Contemporary C-14017 / 1986 / 1985

Price : 700 Baht

(Bob Cooper-tenor sax / Snooky Young-trumpet /

Ross Tompkins-piano / Doug Macdonald-guitar /

Monty Budwig-bass/ Jeff Hamilton-drums /

Ernie Andrews * - Vocals

(In A Mellotone / Prelude To A Kiss / She’s Tot To Go* /

I’m Getting Sentimental Over You* / Jumpin’ At The Woodside/

For Freddie / Satin Doll* / So Hard To Laugh, So Easy To Cry*/

I Luv Jazz / Closing Time)

 

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Review

by Scott Yanow

Tenor saxophonist Bob Cooper teams up with a group of hard-swinging mainstreamers (trumpeter Snooky Young, pianist Ross Tompkins, guitarist Doug MacDonald, bassist Monty Budwig and Jeff Hamilton) on this LP to play a program filled with veteran standards and a few newer pieces. The emphasis is on no-nonsense swinging, particularly during such numbers as "In a Mellotone" and "Jumpin' at the Woodside." The underrated vocalist Ernie Andrews is featured on four numbers (a blues, "Satin Doll" and two ballads) that add some variety to the upbeat proceedings.

 

 

 

  1. Terry Gibbs / The Latin Connection

 

    Contemporary C-14022 / 1986

     Grading : New – Still Sealed

     Price : 700 Baht

      (Terry Gibbs-vibes / Frank Morgan-alto sax / Sonny Bravo-piano

       Bobby Rodriguez-bass / Tito Puente-timbales / Orestes Vilato-timbales/

       Johnny Rodriguez-bongos and percussion / Jose Madera-conga and percussion

      (Scrapple From The Apple / For Keeps / Grovvin’ High / Chelsea Bridge /

       Sing Sing Sing / Kick Those Feet / Good Bait / Flamingo / Sweet Young Song

       Of Love )

 

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Review

by Scott Yanow

Vibraphonist Terry Gibbs sounds fine on this Latin jazz date, which also includes altoist Frank Morgan, pianist Sonny Bravo, bassist Bobby Rodriguez and three percussionists, including Tito Puente playing timbales on three of the nine numbers. Most of the tunes are bop and swing standards (such as"Scrapple From the Apple," "Groovin' High," "Good Bait" and "Sing, Sing, Sing") and have excellent spots for Gibbs, Morgan and the percussion section. A fine date.

 

 

 

  1. Hank Crawford / Jimmy McGriff / Steppin’ Up

Milestone M-9153 / 1987

Grading : New – Still Sealed

Price : 600 Baht

(Hank Crawford – alto sax / Jimmy McGriff-organ /

Jimmy Ponder-guitar / Vance James-drums)

(River’s Invitation / The Real Deal / Tippin’ In /

Vicki / Be Anything, But Be Mine / Steppin’ up /

Lift Every Voice)

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Review

by Scott Yanow

Altoist Hank Crawford and organist Jimmy McGriff met up for a second time on this 1987 CD, and the results are predictably soulful and pleasing. With guitarist Jimmy Ponder and drummer Vance James completing the quartet and pianist Billy Preston (rarely heard in this type of setting) sitting in successfully on three of the seven numbers, this is a highly enjoyable outing, easily recommended for soul-jazz fans. Among the highlights are "River's Invitation," "Tippin' In" and McGriff's "Steppin' Up."

 

 

  1. The Dave Bailey Sextet / Gettin’ INTO SOMETHIN’

EPIC Jazz Series LA 16011 / mono

Grading : New – Still Sealed

Price : 700 Baht

(Dave Bailey-drums / Clark Terry-trumpet / Curtis Fuller-trombone/

Charlie Rouse-tenor sax / Horace Parlan-pianjo / Peck Morrison-bass)

(Slop Jah / Little Old Mongoose / Evad Smurd / Blues for J.P.)

 

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Review

by Ken Dryden

This LP was the second of three dates led by drummer Dave Bailey for Epic in the early '60s, all of which were recorded live in the studio with an invited audience. His supporting cast is a potent one, with trumpeter and flugelhornist Clark Terry, tenor saxophonist Charlie Rouse, trombonist Curtis Fuller, pianist Horace Parlan, and bassist Peck Morrison. This blowing session starts off with a foot-patting blues by Terry, the amusingly titled "Slop Jah." Terry co-wrote "Little Old Mongoose" with Archie Moore (the light heavyweight boxing champion who was also a musician and jazz fan); this up-tempo swinger features Terry's excellent muted solo and a carousing effort by Rouse, too. Terry also composed the brisk "Evad Smurd" (an anagram of "Dave Drums"), which seems to be a well-disguised reworking of "Oh, Lady Be Good"; Bailey actually takes a series of drum breaks, which is rare for him since he prefers time keeping to the solo spotlight. An extended workout of Horace Parlan's "Blues for J.P." has great solos all around, as well as Terry at first on flugelhorn and later on trumpet. This first-rate record isn't available on CD, though it seems like a logical reissue candidate, but in any case it is well-worth acquiring.

 

 

  1. Bobby Bradford / with John Stevens / and the Spontaneous

Music Ensemble Volume One

Nessa N-17 / 1980 / 1971

Grading : New-Still Sealed

Price : 600 Baht

(Bobby Bradford-trumpet / Trevor watts-alto & soprano sax/

Bob Norden-trombone / Julie Tippetts-voice / Ron Herman-bass/

John Stevens-drums)

(His Majesty Louis / Bridget’s Mother / Room 408 / Tolerance/To Bob)

 

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In the first of two LPs, trumpeter Bobby Bradford fits right into drummer John Stevens's Spontaneous Music Ensemble, a quintet with leader-drummer Trevor Watts on alto and soprano, trombonist Bob Norden, bassist Ron Herman and (on two of the four selections) the haunting voice of Julie Tippetts. Tippetts's wordless vocals give an otherworldly quality to her appearances, while the two instrumentals (including a tribute to Louis Armstrong titled "His Majesty Louis") look more toward the free bop of Ornette Coleman. Stimulating and adventurous music.

 

 

  1. Budd Johnson / Phil Woods / The Ole Dude & The Fundance Kid

Uptown UP27.19 / 1985 / Engineer : Rudy van Gelder

Grading : Vinyl : Near Mint- / Cover : Near Mint-

(Budd Johnson-tenor sax / Phil Woods-alto sax/ Richard Wyands-piano

George Duvivier-bass / Bill Goodwin-drums)

Price : 600 Baht

 

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Review

by Scott Yanow

Veteran tenor saxophonist Budd Johnson (who first emerged 50 years before this recording) was still in fine form when he met up with altoist Phil Woods for this frequently heated quintet session. During what would be his final recording date (he died later in 1984), Johnson is excellent on the ballads but even better on the faster material, where his interplay and tradeoffs with Woods are a constant joy. There is a lot of spirit on this set; the mutual love and respect felt by the saxophonists is obvious.

 

 

  1. Red Rodney Quintet / Modern Music from Chicago

Fantasy 3-208 / OJC-048 re / 1983 /

Grading : Vinyl : Near Mint- / Cover : VG++

Price : 600 Baht

(Red Rodney-trumpet / Victor Sproles-bass / Norman Simmons-piano

Ira Sullivan-tenor sax and trumpet / Roy Haynes-drums)

(Taking A Chance On Love / Dig This / Red Is Blue /

Clap Hands, Here Comes Charlie / On Mike / The Song Is You/

You and The Night and The Music / Laura / hail To Dale/

Jeffie / Rhythm in a Riff / Daddy-O)

 

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Review

by Scott Yanow

Trumpeter Red Rodney first met up with multi-instrumentalist Ira Sullivan on records back in 1955; they would form a regular group together 25 years later. This Fantasy date, reissued in the OJC series on LP but not yet on CD, finds Rodney joined by Sullivan (doubling on tenor and trumpet), pianist Norman Simmons, bassist Victor Sproles and drummer Roy Haynes. Six of the songs are originals (five by Simmons, who was responsible for all of the arrangements) and they are very much in the modern bop mainstream of the time. In addition, there are six standards including "Rhythm in a Riff" which has a rare Rodney vocal. A fine straight-ahead date.

 

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