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Al Cohn, Phil Woods, Kenny Dorham, and others —
Birdland Stars On Tour Vol 2 ... LP, Vinyl record album
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RCA, 1954. Very Good+
A tight little record – with a strong focus on Al Cohn's solo work! Al's the lead soloist in a number of largish groups that are often tightly arranged, but which let the leader break out nicely – cutting with an edge on his tenor that's sometimes even sharper than usual. Cohn handled ...
RCA, Late 20s/Early 30s/1957. Very Good+
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RCA/Lion, 1974. Near Mint- (reissue)
That's not Santa, as in Santa Claus – but a nickname for Santiago Salas, who works here in a very cool, jazzy mode! The album's got plenty of Latin roots, mixed with hipper 70s touches that include some key electric elements as well – all served up in a sparkling groove that's mighty ...
RCA, 1958. Very Good+
Much better than you might guess – thanks to a tight combo that features Shorty on trumpet, Bill Holman on tenor, Larry Bunker on vibes, and Pete Jolly on piano!
RCA, 1962. Very Good+
A reunion of sorts for Paul Desmond and Gerry Mulligan – given that the pair had played together on record 5 years before, in a similar session for Verve! This album's almost lighter and more airy than the previous one – as it's done in a mode that echoes strongly with Desmond's own ...
Blue Note, 1971. Good+
Genius, pure genius! This album's possibly the most perfectly realized set from the team of Bobby Hutcherson on vibes and Harold Land on reeds – a pair who work here with an electric bass player and a bit of electric piano (the latter from Joe Sample) – hitting territory that's ...
Prestige, 1963. Very Good
One of Lockjaw's early "cookbook" type albums for Prestige – cut with a quintet that includes Shirley Scott on organ, and Jerome Richardson on flute and tenor sax. The cuts are long and easy-grooving – cut in that perfect laidback style that must have made the group a big hit ...