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✨✧ Bunky GreenStep High ... CD
Fresh Sound (Spain), 1960. Used ... Just Sold Out!
Bunky Green on alto saxophone, Jimmy Heath on tenor saxophone, Donald Byrd on trumpet, Wynton Kelly on piano, Larry Ridley on bass, and Jimmy Cobb on drums. CD
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✨✧ Bunky GreenAnother Place ... CD
Label Bleu (France), 2004. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Later work from Bunky Green – the Chicago alto player who recorded famously for Chess and Vee Jay – working here with Jason Moran on piano, Lonnie Plaxico on bass, and Nasheet Waits on drums. CD
(Out of print. Includes slipcover.)
 
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✨✧ Paul SerranoBlues Holiday/Daddy-O Presents MJT + 3 ... CD
Fresh Sound (Spain), 1957/1960. Used ... Out Of Stock
Although you may recognize Paul Serrano's name from the production credits on countless Chicago soul LPs (on just about every label), this LP's one of the few albums that the trumpeter ever cut in the straight jazz vein. It was put together as part of the "Cannonball Adderley Presents" series for Riverside, in which Cannonball dug up obscure artists from local scenes around the US – and it was recorded in Chicago, with Bunky Green on alto, Jodie Christian on piano, Don Garrett on bass, and Pete La Roca on drums. The set grooves with a classic Chicago hard bop sound, and is a brilliant example of the kind of crossover in styles and groupings that was happening in the city around the time. Titles include Muhal Richard Abrams' "Dream Of Igor", plus "Blues Holiday", "Me Too", and "Little Niles". Next up is one of the rarest albums of Chicago jazz from the 50s – and one of the greatest, too! Although Walter Perkins' MJT+3 went onto cut a number of records on Vee Jay with a different lineup, this early session features an all-Chicago lineup that differs from the later one, which was augmented by later visitors from Memphis, like Frank Strozier and Harold Mabern. In their place are prime Chicago talents, like altoist Nicky Hill, trumpeter Paul Serrano, and the great AACM composer/pianist Richard Muhal Abrams (playing here without the Muhal in his name!) The album's a complete delight, and is filled with loads of original compositions by Abrams that mix hard bop lines with more exotic lyrical conceptions – a true meeting of all the sides of jazz bubbling under in Chicago during the 50s, and a delight to listen to over and over again through the years! Titles include "No Man's Land", "Little Brother", "Egypic", "End Of The Line", and "Temporarily Out Of Order". CD
 
 
 



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