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Illinois Jacquet - The Comeback (1971) Flac

10-01-2016, 16:31
Jazz | FLAC / APE

Title: The Comeback
Year Of Release: 1971
Label: Black Lion
Genre: Jazz
Quality: FLAC (image + .cue,log)
Total Time: 42:26
Total Size: 273 MB(+3%)


1 King
2 Easy Living
3 C Jam Blues
4 Come Back
5 Take the "a" Train
6 I Wanna Blow Now

personnel :

Illinois Jacquet - tenor saxophone, vocals
Milt Buckner - organ
Tony Crombie - drums

This is a particularly interesting if not essential set by tenor saxophonist Illinois Jacquet. While Jacquet is in superior form (and does a suprisingly effective imitation of Ella Fitzgerald singing on the humorous "I Wanna Blow Now") and drummer Tony Crombie is fine in suport, the most dominant member of the trio is organist Milt Buckner. His "accompaniment" of Jacquet is often roaring and thunderous, sounding like two big bands at once. The trio, which also explores "The King" (Jacquet's feature in the 1940s with Count Basie), "Easy Living," "C Jam Blues," Jacquet's "The Comeback" and "Take the 'A' Train," is a bit out-of-balance and it is a pity that Buckner could not have played a bit of piano or at least let up a little.~Scott Yanow

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