28 June, 2013

Brew Moore - The Brew Moore Quintet (1956)

Brew Moore - The Brew Moore Quintet (1956)
jazz | 1cd | eac-flac-cue-log-cover | 240MB
OJC
Allmusic:
An excellent cool-toned tenor saxophonist proud of the influence of Lester Young, Brew Moore only recorded on an infrequent basis during his career. He did make two albums for Fantasy that were reissued in the Original Jazz Classics series. The three dates included on this set were all cut in San Francisco with local (and now obscure) musicians: trumpeter Dick Mills, pianist John Marabuto, bassist Max Hartstein, drummer Gus Gustofson and an unidentified guitarist. Marabuto contributed three originals; Mills wrote "Rotation," and the other four songs are familiar standards. Moore plays well (despite a hectic lifestyle, he was pretty consistent on records) and the music is relaxed and swinging.

Tracks
-1. "Them There Eyes" - 4:57
-2. "Them Old Blues" - 4:06
-3. "Tea for Two" - 5:02
-4. "Rose" - 4:40
-5. "I Can't Believe That You're in Love With Me" - 4:23
-6. "Fools Rush In" - 4:21
-7. "Rotation" - 4:21
-8. "I Want a Little Girl" - 3:24
-9. "Five Planets in Leo" - 4:44

Personnel
* Brew Moore - tenor saxophone
* Dickie Mills - trumpet
* John Marabuto - piano
* Max Hartstein - bass
* Gus Gustofson - drums

 

3 comments:

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GuitarGus said...

Thanks durmoll
Good swinging album and some great tenor
Cheers

FrankDell said...

Thank you for the Brew.

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