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8 thoughts on “ Lee Morgan With Hank Mobleys Quintet* - Introducing Lee Morgan (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Blue Note Rarity Reissued On Vinyl LP! Go! Bop! presents a reissue of Hank Mobley With Donald Byrd And Lee Morgan, originally released in This is an ancient Blue Note rarity recorded at Rudy Van Gelder's legendary studio in with legendary bass man Paul Chambers doing the deep notes.
  2. Saxophonist Hank Mobley and trumpeter Lee Morgan crossed paths frequently from the late s through the late s and became leading lights of the era's classic hardbop style, especially on the.
  3. Hank Mobley Quintet is an album by jazz saxophonist Hank Mobley released on the Blue Note label in as BLP It was recorded on March 8, and features Mobley, Art Farmer, Doug Watkins, Horace Silver, and Art Blakey. It was remastered in by Rudy Van Gelder Reception. The Allmusic review by.
  4. Jun 29, - Two great jazz musicians who helped make post-bop jazz strong and viable into the future. (Also see my board - Francis Wolff Jazz Photos for more images of Lee & Hank). See more ideas about Jazz musicians, Jazz, Lee morgan pins.
  5. This phenomenal CD contains the complete music recorded by Lee Morgan at the tender, yet mature age of 18, the November 5 and 7, , at the Rudy Van Gelders studio in Hackensack, New Jersey, under the leadership of the Hank Mobley Quintet with pianist Hank Jones, bassist Doug Watkins, and drummer Art Taylor.
  6. Lee Morgan With Hank Mobley's Quintet* Lee Morgan With Hank Mobley's Quintet* - Introducing Lee Morgan ‎ (LP, Album, Mono) London Records, London American Recordings: LTZ-C UK: Sell This Version/5(4).
  7. 31 rows · Nov 25,  · Lee Morgan With Hank Mobley's Quintet* - Introducing Lee /5(95).
  8. Sweet ballads and driving jams feature the Byrd/Mobley quintet as well as the Morgan/Mobley quintet. Lee Morgan and Hank Mobley appear on the last 7 tracks. Over two hours in length, Savoy’s reissue offers early glimpses of several pioneers, four very different pianists, and an introduction to what folks began calling hard bop.

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