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Arnett Cobb and Eddie
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performed by Eddie Davis, 1922-1986, Arnett Cobb, 1918-1989, Wild Bill Davis, 1918-1995, George Duvivier, 1920-1985 and Arthur Edgehill, 1926- (Prestige, 1993), 39 mins, 6 page(s)
Arnett Cobb's debut for Prestige and his first recording as a leader in three years (due to a serious car accident in 1956) is an explosive affair. Cobb is matched up with fellow tough tenor Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis, and there are plenty of sparks set off by their encounter. With organist Wild Bill Davis, bassist Geo...
performed by Eddie Davis, 1922-1986, Arnett Cobb, 1918-1989, Wild Bill Davis, 1918-1995, George Duvivier, 1920-1985 and Arthur Edgehill, 1926- (Prestige, 1993), 39 mins, 6 page(s)
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Arnett Cobb: Movin' Right Along
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performed by Arnett Cobb, 1918-1989, Bobby Timmons, 1935-1974, Sam Jones, 1935-, Art Taylor, 1929-1995 and Buck Clark (Prestige, 2002), 38 mins, 8 page(s)
From the opening notes of "Nitty Gritty," Movin' Right Along is a warm, stimulating set. Recorded in two days in February 1960, the album finds Arnett Cobb and a few friends playing an energetic, straight-ahead set. The only oddity is the presence of Buck Clarke's congas, which manage to add an extra layer of rhyt...
performed by Arnett Cobb, 1918-1989, Bobby Timmons, 1935-1974, Sam Jones, 1935-, Art Taylor, 1929-1995 and Buck Clark (Prestige, 2002), 38 mins, 8 page(s)
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Arnett Cobb: Smooth Sailing
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performed by Arnett Cobb, 1918-1989, Buster Cooper, 1929-, Austin Mitchell, 1919-2014, George Duvivier, 1920-1985 and Osie Johnson, 1923-1966 (Prestige, 1995), 37 mins, 7 page(s)
This CD reissue brings back a typically swinging date by tenor saxophonist Arnett Cobb. The colorful trombonist Buster Cooper (who was not featured in enough small group sessions through the years) seems to inspire Cobb; the rhythm section (organist Austin Mitchell, bassist George Duvivier and drummer Osie Johnson...
performed by Arnett Cobb, 1918-1989, Buster Cooper, 1929-, Austin Mitchell, 1919-2014, George Duvivier, 1920-1985 and Osie Johnson, 1923-1966 (Prestige, 1995), 37 mins, 7 page(s)
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Arnett Cobb with the Red Garland Trio: Blue and Sentimental
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performed by Arnett Cobb, 1918-1989, Red Garland, 1923-1984, J.C. Heard, George Tucker, 1927-1965 and George Duvivier, 1920-1985, The Red Garland Trio (Prestige, 1993), 1 hour 13 mins, 13 page(s)
performed by Arnett Cobb, 1918-1989, Red Garland, 1923-1984, J.C. Heard, George Tucker, 1927-1965 and George Duvivier, 1920-1985, The Red Garland Trio (Prestige, 1993), 1 hour 13 mins, 13 page(s)
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The Barry Harris Trio: Magnificent
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performed by Barry Harris, 1929-, Ron Carter, 1937- and Leroy Williams, 1937-, Barry Harris Trio (Prestige, 1999), 39 mins, 8 page(s)
performed by Barry Harris, 1929-, Ron Carter, 1937- and Leroy Williams, 1937-, Barry Harris Trio (Prestige, 1999), 39 mins, 8 page(s)
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Bennie Green with Art Farmer
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performed by Bennie Green, 1923-1977, Art Farmer, 1928-1999, Cliff Smalls, 1918-2008, Addison Farmer, 1928-1963 and Philly Joe Jones, 1923-1985 (Prestige, 1992), 34 mins, 5 page(s)
Trombonist Bennie Green and trumpeter Art Farmer (with the assistance of pianist Cliff Smalls, bassist Addison Farmer and drummer Philly Joe Jones) challenge each other on these five selections which include an original apiece by the two horns and Smalls in addition to cheerful renditions of "My Blue Heaven" and "...
performed by Bennie Green, 1923-1977, Art Farmer, 1928-1999, Cliff Smalls, 1918-2008, Addison Farmer, 1928-1963 and Philly Joe Jones, 1923-1985 (Prestige, 1992), 34 mins, 5 page(s)
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The Best of Eric Dolphy
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performed by Eric Dolphy, Jr., 1928-1964 (Prestige, 2004), 1 hour 18 mins, 10 page(s)
Eric Dolphy is a perfect example of a jazz musician who lived a tragically short life but had a significant impact. The alto saxman/clarinetist/flutist, who first recorded as a leader in 1960, was only 36 when he died of diabetes-related causes in 1964 -- and since then, his work has influenced Dave Liebman, Steve...
performed by Eric Dolphy, Jr., 1928-1964 (Prestige, 2004), 1 hour 18 mins, 10 page(s)
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Betty Roche: Singin' & Swingin'
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performed by Betty Roché, 1920-1999, Bill Jennings, Jimmy Forrest, Jr., 1920-1980, Jack McDuff, 1926-2001, Wendell Marshall, 1920-2002 and Roy Haynes, 1925- (Prestige, 1992), 31 mins, 9 page(s)
Betty Roché should have been much more famous. She had two barely documented periods with Duke Ellington's orchestra and recorded three excellent albums as a leader from 1956-1961 (all of which are available on CD), but then faded away into complete obscurity. This reissue (which is mistakenly given the incorrect...
performed by Betty Roché, 1920-1999, Bill Jennings, Jimmy Forrest, Jr., 1920-1980, Jack McDuff, 1926-2001, Wendell Marshall, 1920-2002 and Roy Haynes, 1925- (Prestige, 1992), 31 mins, 9 page(s)
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Billy Taylor Trio
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performed by Billy Taylor, 1921-2010, Earl May, fl. 1949 and Charlie Smith, 1979-, The Billy Taylor Trio (Prestige, 1995), 1 hour 10 mins, 20 page(s)
performed by Billy Taylor, 1921-2010, Earl May, fl. 1949 and Charlie Smith, 1979-, The Billy Taylor Trio (Prestige, 1995), 1 hour 10 mins, 20 page(s)
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Blues Groove (Tiny Grimes With Coleman Hawkins)
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composed by Tiny Grimes, 1916-1989; performed by Tiny Grimes, 1916-1989, Musa Kaleem, Ray Bryant, 1931-2011, Earl Wormack, Teagle Fleming, Jr. and Coleman Hawkins, 1904-1969 (Prestige, 1994), 43 mins, 5 page(s)
composed by Tiny Grimes, 1916-1989; performed by Tiny Grimes, 1916-1989, Musa Kaleem, Ray Bryant, 1931-2011, Earl Wormack, Teagle Fleming, Jr. and Coleman Hawkins, 1904-1969 (Prestige, 1994), 43 mins, 5 page(s)
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