Clifford Brown - Brownie The Complete EmArcy Recordings (1989) 320 kbps
Artist: Clifford Brown
Title Of Album: Brownie The Complete EmArcy Recordings
Year Of Release: 1989
Genre: Jazz, Bop, Hard Bop
Quality: 320 kbps
Total Time: 09:47:21
Total Size: 1,52 GB(+3%)
personnel : Clifford Brown, Max Roach, Sonny Rollins, Dinah Washington, Herbie Mann, Sarah Vaughan, Roy Haynes, Helen Merrill, Milt Hinton, Harold Land, Richie Powell, George Morrow, Herb Geller, Joe Main, Walter Benton, Kenny Drew, Curtis Counce, Maynard Ferguson, Clark Terry, Junior Mance, Keter Betts, Paul Quinchette, Jimmy Jones, Joe Benjamin, Ernie Wilkins, Danny Bank, Barry Galbraith, Osie Johnson, Quincy Jones, Neal Hefti.
Although undoubtedly an expensive acquisition, this ten-CD set is perfectly done and contains dozens of gems. The remarkable but short-lived trumpeter Clifford Brown has the second half of his career fully documented (other than his final performance) and he is showcased in a wide variety of settings. The bulk of the numbers are of Brownie's quintet with co-leader and drummer Max Roach, either Harold Land or Sonny Rollins on tenor, pianist Richie Powell, and bassist George Morrow (including some previously unheard alternate takes), but there is also much more. Brown stars at several jam sessions (including a meeting with fellow trumpeters Clark Terry and Maynard Ferguson), accompanies such singers as Dinah Washington, Helen Merrill, and Sarah Vaughan, and is backed by strings on one date. Everything is here, including classic versions of "Parisian Thoroughfare," "Joy Spring," "Daahoud," "Coronado," a ridiculously fast "Move," "Portrait of Jenny," "Cherokee," "Sandu," "I'll Remember April," and "What Is This Thing Called Love?" Get this set while it stays in print.~ Scott Yanow
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