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Max Roach - Quartet feat. Hank Mobley (1953)

Jazz | Author: indeep1 | 7-06-2014, 04:06
Max Roach - Quartet feat. Hank Mobley (1953)
Artist: Max Roach
Title Of Album:Quartet feat. Hank Mobley
Year Of Release: 1953
Label: OJC
Genre: Jazz
Format: Flac/Cue/Log/Artwork
Quality: Lossless
Total Time: 32:35
Total Size: 171 MB(+3%)


1 Cou-Manchi-Cou 3:01
2 Just One Of Those Things 3:08
3 Glow Worm 2:27
4 Mobleyzation 2:42
5 Chi-Chi 2:58
6 Kismet 2:39
7 I'm A Fool To Want You 3:13
8 Sfax 2:17
9 Orientation 2:50
10 Drum Conversation 2:42
11 Drum Conversation (Part 2) 4:38
Max Roach - Quartet feat. Hank Mobley (1953)
personnel :

Max Roach - Drums
Leon Comegys - Trombone
Hank Mobley - Tenor Saxophone
Idrees Sulieman - Trumpet
Gigi Gryce - Alto Saxophone
Walter Davis II - Piano
Franklin Skeete - Bass

Drummer Max Roach's first studio session as a leader falls stylewise between bop and hard bop. The earlier set, which has four group originals played by a septet that also includes trumpeter Idrees Sulieman, trombonist Leon Comegys, altoist Gigi Gryce, Hank Mobley on tenor, pianist Walter Davis, Jr. and bassist Franklin Skeete, was the recording debut for both Mobley and Davis. The other session (two standards, two originals by Roach including his solo "Drum Conversation," Mobley's "Kismet" and Charlie Parker's "Chi Chi") features the same rhythm section, with Mobley as the only horn. The music is enjoyable although not as essential as the great drummer's later dates. This CD reissue adds "Drum Conversation Part 2" to the original LP program.

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