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Kenny Dorham - Soul Support (1961)

8-12-2014, 23:42
Music | Jazz | FLAC / APE

Kenny Dorham - Soul Support (1961)

Artist: Kenny Dorham
Title Of Album: Soul Support
Year Of Release: 1961
Label: Jazz Colours
Genre: Jazz, Hard Bop
Format: Flac/Cue/Log | MP3
Quality: Lossless | 320 kbps
Total Time: 72:09
Total Size: 456 MB(+3%) | 170 MB(+3%)


1. Avars 7:35
2. Stella by starlight 4:59
3. Why not 7:19
4. Easy it 10:25
5. Samba de Orfeu 4:24
6. West 42nd street 4:45
7. Soul support 5:10
8. Grand street 6:00
9. Like someone in love 3:59
10. An Oscar for Oscar 6:18
11. B. M. T. express 7:33
12. Just friends 3:39

One of the great trumpet voices of the bebop era, Kenny Dorham played with most of the giants of the music in the '40s and '50s, then went on to moderate success leading his own combos through the '60s.

Born Aug. 30, 1924, in Fairfield, Texas, Dorham took piano lessons from the age of 7, then shifted to trumpet in high school in Austin. He entered the Army in 1942, where he was on the boxing team, and starting playing with Russell Jacquet in 1943. From the mid to late '40s he worked with Billy Eckstine, Dizzy Gillespie, Lionel Hampton and Mercer Ellington, then was the replacement for Miles Davis in Charlie Parker's combo for several years.

Dorham played around New York City in the early '50s, then became one of the founding members of the Jazz Messengers. He later replaced Clifford Brown in Max Roach's combo when Brown was killed in a car crash. Dorham continued to lead his own groups (including one that featured Joe Henderson) and worked and recorded on his own and with others until his death due to kidney failure Dec. 5, 1972. His best recordings include Whistle Stop and Una Mas for Blue Note and Jazz Contemporary for Time.

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singlemalt   User offline   9 December 2014 10:04

Thanks 3

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snausage   User offline   9 December 2014 15:19

nice - thanks!

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oldhippierick   User offline   9 December 2014 17:34

Collective Personnel:
Frank Haynes or Rocky Boyd, Tenor Sax,
Curtis Fuller, Trombone,
Kenny Dorham, Trumpet,
Tommy Flanagan or Walter Bishop, Jr., Piano,
Ben Tucker or Ron Carter, Bass,
Dave Bailey or Pete La Roca, Drums.

Label: Jazz Colours [874910] Compilation of Muse [MR-5053] "Ease It!" LP 1961 + 6 more tunes from "Osmosis" Black Lion [BLCD-760146] LP 1961
Genre: Jazz, Hard Bop

"Ease It!" Date with saxophonist Rocky Boyd. Quite spirited. "Osmosis" Originally released under drummer Dave Bailey's name and given the accurate title Modern Mainstream, this Black Lion CD reissue has excellent straightahead jazz from Bailey, trumpeter Kenny Dorham, trombonist Curtis Fuller, the obscure but talented tenor Frank Haynes, pianist Tommy Flanagan and bassist Ben Tucker.

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