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Slightly Hep - Lee Morgan - Sextet (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. "A hard bop album by jazz trumpeter Lee Morgan originally released on the Vee-Jay label in It features performances by Morgan with Clifford Jordan, Wynton Kelly, Paul Chambers and Art Blakey and (not surprisingly) sounds very much like a Jazz Messengers set." Read more at Wikipedia about this album or artist.
  2. A very appropriate title for a very cooking little album – one of Lee Morgan 's first efforts as a leader, cut back during his first years of late 50s fame! The style here is a bit less Morgan-esque than some of Lee 's later 60s classics – but the record is rock-solid throughout, and proof that Morgan was every bit as great a leader in a hardbop session as Hank Mobley or some of the other.
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the g Vinyl release of Sextet on Discogs. Label: Blue Note - BLP ,Classic Records - BN MONOG • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Reissue, Remastered, Mono g • Country: US • Genre: Jazz • Style: Hard Bop/5(14).
  4. ** also released on Blue Note BST (pseudo stereo). ** part of Mosaic MR, MD Howard Rumsey Lighthouse All-Stars And Charlie Persip's Jazz Statesmen - Double Or Nothin' (Liberty LRP) Lee Morgan, trumpet; Conte Candoli, trumpet #1; Frank Rosolino, trombone; Benny Golson, tenor sax; Bob Cooper, tenor sax #1; Dick Shreve, piano; Red Mitchell, bass; Stan Levey, drums.
  5. Find more Morgan, Lee - Lee Morgan vinyl records and LPs. We specialize in rare, high quality pressings. (Blue & White Liberty Label). His Final Album. Slight Ring Wear On The Gatefold, But Both LPs Appear Glossy, Unplayed. Morgan, Lee Title: Lee Morgan Genre: Jazz Type: Used - LP Label: Blue Note Catalog ID: BST Country: USA Our.
  6. Acoustic Sounds Online Store. Continuing where his debut left off, Morgan's second LP in as a leader for Blue Note, finds the teen prodigy (still only 18) slowly emerging out from the long shadow of his idol and mentor Clifford Brown and feeling his own way among giants.
  7. Trumpeter Lee Morgan's rip-roaring, funky style conveyed a brash, larger-than-life attitude that knew no equal in the jazz universe. He combined dazzling virtuosity with a startlingly bright tone. Morgan joined Dizzy Gillespie's big band in , also recording his first solo album that same year.
  8. Mar 04,  · They're not obscure to jazz lovers This is my CD collection of his s albums: • Presenting Lee Morgan: Lee Morgan Indeed! – Blue Note; quintet recordings • Introducing Lee Morgan – Savoy; quintet recordings • Lee Morgan, Vol.2 – Blue Note; sextet recordings • Dizzy Atmosphere – Specialty; septet recordings • Lee Morgan, Vol.3 – Blue Note;
  9. Jun 18,  · LJC Hitchhiker's Guide to Early Stereo continues, with further insight into the murky world of 60's fake stereo This time, an example of a genuine fake. Selection: Slightly Hep pseudo stereo Artists Lee Morgan (trumpet) Kenny Rodgers (alto saxophone) Hank Mobley (tenor saxophone) Horace Silver (piano) Paul Chambers (bass) Charlie Persip (drums), Rudy Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack,.

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