Kenny Burrell with Coleman Hawkins —
Bluesey Burrell ... CD Moodsville/OJC, 1962. Used ...
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A great little album from Kenny Burrell – one that has Ray Barretto's congas on most cuts, giving the album a similar Latiny feel to Kenny's classic Midnight Blue album on Blue Note! The Latin undercurrent hits both New York and bossa-styled modes – a great setting for Burrell's thin, ... (Jazz) read moreCD
Mellow work from Tommy Flanagan – working here in great trio formation with Roy Haynes on drums and Tommy Potter on bass! The overall feel of the set's in keeping with the more laidback style of Prestige's Moodsville label, and Tommy tickles the ivories nicely on some standards that include ... (Jazz) read moreCD
Wonderful late work by Coleman Hawkins – a player who was very much "at ease" with himself at the time, and opened up tremendously on albums like this. The format is beautiful – simple small group backings by Tommy Flanagan, Wendell Marshall, and Osie Johnson – with ... (Jazz) read moreCD
One of the rarest Frank Wess albums for Prestige – an obscure set cut for the label's excellent Moodsville imprint, a sub-label with a sound that's very much in keeping with its name! Frank lays back a bit for this one – blowing flute and tenor with an easy-going tone, yet in a style ... (Jazz) read moreCD