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Hank Mobley – The Collection (2014)

17-10-2014, 16:03
Music | Jazz | Smooth Jazz | Instrumental

Hank Mobley – The Collection (2014)

Artist: Hank Mobley
Title Of Album: The Collection
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: U-5
Genre: Jazz,Saxohone,Hard bor,Bebor
Quality: MP3 CBR 320 kbps
Tracks: 15
Total Time: 01:44:07
Total Size: 263 MB

01. Hank Mobley - Dig Dis (Remastered) (06:09)
02. Hank Mobley - Recado Bossa Nova (08:15)
03. Hank Mobley - Speak Low (07:13)
04. Horace Silver - The Preacher (04:19)
05. Hank Mobley - If 1 Should Lose You (Remastered) (05:11)
06. Hank Mobley - Soul Station (Remastered) (09:08)
07. Hank Mobley - Fin De L'affaire (Remastered) (06:40)
08. Hank Mobley - Split Feelin's (Remastered) (04:56)
09. Hank Mobley - The Best Things In Life Are Free (05:21)
10. Hank Mobley - The Dip (Remastered) (07:57)
11. Horace Silver - Doodlin' (06:45)
12. Horace Silver - Soulville (Remastered) (06:17)
13. Hank Mobley - Funk In Deep Freeze (Remastered) (06:57)
14. Hank Mobley - Base on Balls (Remastered) (07:32)
15. Hank Mobley Sextet - Barrel of Funk (Remastered) (11:22)

Henry (Hank) Mobley (July 7, 1930 - May 30, 1986) was an American hard bop and soul jazz tenor saxophonist and composer. Mobley was described by Leonard Feather as the "middleweight champion of the tenor saxophone", a metaphor used to describe his tone that was neither as aggressive as John Coltrane nor as mellow as Stan Getz. His style was laid-back, subtle and melodic, especially in contrast with players like Sonny Rollins and John Coltrane, and it took many jazz connoisseurs until after his demise to fully appreciate his talent. Mobley was born in Eastman, Georgia, but was raised in Elizabeth, New Jersey, near Newark. Early in his career, he worked with Dizzy Gillespie and Max Roach. He took part in one of the landmark hard bop sessions, alongside Art Blakey, Horace Silver, Doug Watkins and trumpeter Kenny Dorham. The results of these sessions were released as Horace Silver & The Jazz Messengers. They contrasted with the classical pretensions of Cool Jazz, with Mobley's rich lyricism being bluesier, alongside the funky approach of Horace Silver. When The Jazz Messengers split in 1956, Mobley continued on with pianist Horace Silver for a short time, although he did work again with Blakey some years later, when the drummer appeared on Mobley's albums in the early 60s. During the 1960s, he worked chiefly as a leader, recording 25 albums for Blue Note Records, including Soul Station and Roll Call, between 1955 and 1970. He performed with many of the most important hard bop players, such as Grant Green, Freddie Hubbard, Sonny Clark, Wynton Kelly and Philly Joe Jones, and formed a particularly productive partnership with trumpeter Lee Morgan. Mobley is widely recognized as one of the great composers of originals in the hard-bop era, with interesting chord changes and room for soloists to spread out. His 1961 album, Another Workout, while considered an instant classic, was inexplicably not released until 1985. Mobley also spent a brief time in 1961 with Miles Davis,…

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