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The J.J. Johnson Quintet - Dial J.J.5 (2015)

Jazz, Japan Editions | Author: jonson | 27-10-2016, 11:38
The J.J. Johnson Quintet - Dial J.J.5 (2015) Artist: The J.J. Johnson Quintet
Title Of Album: Dial J.J.5
Year Of Release: 1957
Label (Catalog#): Columbia/Sony Music Japan
Country: US
Genre: Hard Bop
Quality: FLAC (tracks+.cue,log,scans)
Bitrate: Lossless
Time: 46:14
Full Size: 518 MB
WebSite: Album Preview

Tracklist:

01. Tea Pot (5:31)
02. Barbados (4:37)
03. In A Little Provincial Town (4:21)
04. Cette Chose (3:18)
05. Blue Haze (5:11)
06. Love Is Here To Stay (2:45)
07. So Sorry Please (4:18)
08. It Could Happen To You (3:50)
09. Bird Song (5:40)
10. Old Devil Moon (6:43)

Personnel:
J.J. Johnson - tb
Bobby Jaspar - ts, fl
Tommy Flanagan - p
Wilbur Little - b
Elvin Jones - d

Reissue with the latest remastering. Comes with liner notes. One of JJ's best from the late 50s – a tightly crackling hardbop set, recorded very much in the manner of his classic JJ Inc album! The sound here is a bit more compact overall – with some shorter tracks that really allow Johnson to display his keen sense of economy on his horn, while working in a burning mode that recalls some of his best bop sides from the early years – particularly his work on Blue Note.
Bobby Jaspar's in the frontline with JJ – playing both tenor and flute – and rhythm is from a trio that features Tommy Flanagan on piano, Wilbur Little on bass, and Elvin Jones on drums. Jones' touch on the kit gives the album a nicely dancing feel throughout – and is a real reminder of his simple genius in an early setting like this. Titles include "Bird Song", "Blue Haze", "Old Devil Moon", "Tea Pot", "Barbados", "Cette Chose", and "So Sorry Please".








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