28 June, 2013

Clark Terry - Yes, The Blues (1981)

Clark Terry - Yes, The Blues (1981)
jazz | 1cd | eac-flac-cue-log-cover | 255MB
OJC
Allmusic:
This blues-oriented Pablo recording has an ideal matchup: flugelhornist Clark Terry and altoist Eddie "Cleanhead" Vinson. Both musicians take a good-humored vocal apiece, but the emphasis is on their playing. The complementary stylists, backed by pianist Art Hillery, bassist John Heard and drummer Roy McCurdy, work together very well on their originals, plus "Swingin' the Blues," and create some memorable, if fairly basic, music straddling the boundaries between swing, bop and early R&B.

Tracks
-1. "Diddlin" - 8:45
-2. "Railroad Porter's Blues" - 5:36
-3. "Swingin' the Blues" - 7:00
-4. "Marina Bay Rednecks" - 7:46
-5. "Quicksand" - 4:05
-6. "The Snapper" - 5:05
-7. "Kidney Stew" - 4:41

Personnel
* Clark Terry - rumpet
* Eddie "Cleanhead" Winson - sax, vocal
* Art Hillery - piano, organ
* John Heard - bass
* Roy McCurdy - drums
* "Harmonica George" Smith - harmonica

 


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