06 October, 2010

Art Blakey & JM - A Night In Tunisia (MFSL & RVG) (eac-flac-cover)

Art Blakey & JM - A Night In Tunisia (MFSL & RVG version)
jazz | 1+1cd | eac-flac-cue-log-cover | 370+360MB
MFSL UDCD601 + BN RVG2004 24-bit remaster
AMG:
The lengthy title track on this CD easily overshadows the rest of the program for it is one of the most exciting versions ever recorded of Dizzy Gillespie's "A Night in Tunisia." Trumpeter Lee Morgan (then only in his early 20s), tenor saxophonist Wayne Shorter, pianist Bobby Timmons and bassist Jymie Merritt formed one of the strongest of the many versions of Art Blakey & the Jazz Messengers and are actually in fine form during the remainder of the satisfying (if anticlimactic) set.

Tracks MFSL
-1. "A Night in Tunisia" (D. Gillespie–F. Paparelli) –11:11
-2. "Sincerely Diana" (Wayne Shorter) –6:47
-3. "Sincerely Diana" (alternative take) (Wayne Shorter) –6:51
-4. "So Tired" (Bobby Timmons) –6:36
-5. "Yama" (Lee Morgan) –6:20
-6. "Kozo's Waltz" (Lee Morgan) –6:45
-7. "When Your Lover Has Gone" (E.A. Swan) –6:43

Tracks RVG
-1. "A Night in Tunisia" (D. Gillespie–F. Paparelli) –11:13
-2. "Sincerely Diana" (Wayne Shorter) –6:48
-3. "So Tired" (Bobby Timmons) –6:36
-4. "Yama" (Lee Morgan) –6:22
-5. "Kozo's Waltz" (Lee Morgan) –6:46
-6. "When Your Lover Has Gone" (E.A. Swan) –6:44
-3. "Sincerely Diana" (alternative take) (Wayne Shorter) –6:58

Personnel
* Lee Morgan — trumpet
* Wayne Shorter — tenor saxophone
* Bobby Timmons — piano
* Jymie Merritt — bass
* Art Blakey — drums



rc

3 comments:

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Thanks alot for the post, review and of course the goodies. Looks forward to hear them :-)

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