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Sonny Stitt Barry Harris Quartet - NYC Jazz Masters '72 (2011)

6-10-2013, 05:32
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Sonny Stitt Barry Harris Quartet - NYC Jazz Masters '72 (2011)

Artist: Sonny Stitt Barry Harris Quartet
Title Of Album: NYC Jazz Masters '72
Year Of Release: 2011
Label: Master Classics Records
Genre: jazz, bop
Quality: FLAC (tracks+.cue,scans)
Bitrate: Lossless
Total Time: 72:54:12
Total Size: 464 mb
WebSite: amazon


1. Groovin' High (Dizzy Gillespie)
2. Just Friends (John Klenner)
3. It's Magic (Sammy Cahn-Jule Styne)
4. Webb City (Bud Powell)
5. I Can't Get Started (Vernon Duke-Ira Gershwin)
6. By Accident (Sonny Stitt)
7. Ray's Idea (Ray Brown-Gil Fuller)
8. I Got Rhythm (G & I Gershwin)
9. Casbah (Tadd Dameron)
10. Idaho (Jesse Stone)
11. Constellation (Charlie Parker)
12. Topsy (Edgar Battle-Eddie Durham)
13. Blues For Prez And Bird (Sonny Stitt)
14. Tune-Up (Miles Davis)
15. A Ghost Of A Chance (Bing Crosby-Ned Washington-Victor Young)

Sonny Stitt - tenor & alto sax
Barry Harris - piano
Sam Jones - bass
Alan Dawson - drums

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oldhippierick   User offline   6 October 2013 16:06

This is re-release of a re-release.. And you left out Roy Brooks on drums on "Constellation" 1972 LP. When these recordings were made, Stitt (born in Boston, MA, on Feb. 2nd 1924) had already attained the status of living legend. Largely obscured in the Forties and Fifties by his mentor and obvious inspiration, Charlie Parker, Sonny Stitt began to receive his share of the spotlight in the Sixties. He joined producer George Wein's Giants of Jazz project in 1971, which reunited such distinguished friends as Barry Harris, Dizzy Gillespie, Thelonious Monk, Kai Winding, Al McKibbon, Art Blakey and, of course, Sonny Stitt, for a short lived but very successful European tour. The new exposure induced record producers to pay attention to Sonny and to offer him new and better recording opportunities. The result yielded these two Buddah Records LP's, which rekindled Sonny's association with his old comrade Barry Harris. Two of the best bebop players ever, Sonny Stitt and Barry Harris, made an exceptionally good team. The duo's first two releases from that period are included in this splendid CD.

Released as following:
Label: (Constellation) Buddah Records [CST 9021] 1972; (Tune Up!) Buddah Records/Cobblestone [CST 9013] Vinyl, LP 1972; Gamit Records [69269] CD (RE, RM) 2007; Master Classics Records [885686741832] 2011

~ oldhippierick 1

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