20 June, 2013

Johnny Coles - The Warm Sound (1961)

Johnny Coles - The Warm Sound (1961)
jazz | 1cd | eac-flac-cue-log-cover | 320MB
Koch 3-7804-2
Allmusic:
Trumpeter Johnny Coles, best-known for his association with Charles Mingus in 1964, made his recording debut as a leader on this Epic session which was reissued on CD in 1995 by Koch. A bop-based trumpeter with a lyrical sound of his own, Coles is showcased here with an excellent quartet (Kenny Drew or Randy Weston on piano, bassist Peck Morrison and drummer Charlie Persip). He is in top form on a pair of standards (including "If I Should Lose You"), his own blues "Room 3" and four Weston originals; the reissue adds an alternate take of "Hi-Fly" to the original program. A fine outing.

Tracks
-1.  Room 3 (Coles)
-2.  Where ? (Weston)
-3.  Come Rain or Come Shine (Arlen, Mercer)
-4.  Hi-Fly [take 5] (Weston)
-5.  Pretty Strange (Hendricks, Weston)
-6.  If I Should Lose You (Rainger, Robin)
-7.  Babe's Blues (Weston)
-8.  Hi-Fly [take 2]* (Weston)

Personnel
* Johnny Coles - tp
* Kenny Drew - p [except # 2 & 7]
* Randy Weston - p [# 2 & 7]
* Peck Morrison - b
* Charli(e) Persip - dr

 

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