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Lee Morgan - Search For The New Land album flac

  • Performer: Lee Morgan
  • Title: Search For The New Land
  • Size FLAC ver: 1837 mb
  • Date of release: 1966
  • Style: Hard Bop
  • Other formats: ADX AU MPC WAV MOD ASF TTA
  • Genre: Jazz
  • Rating: 4.2 of 5
Lee Morgan - Search For The New Land album flac

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Recorded on February 15, 1964 at the Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey. All selections Nom Music Inc. - BMI. Catalog numbers: BST 84169 on the labels, 84169 on the front cover and spine, ST-84169 on the back cover. Matrix, Runout (Side A label): BNST 84169-A.

One is "Sidewinder," an album whose great popularity and commercial success for Alfred Lion's tiny Blue Note Records should not be reason to ignore it. "Sidewinder" is a clever piece by Morgan, with an engaging rhythm and irresistible groovin', danceable quality that distinguishes it from the leaden bossa nova melody of Horace Silver's "Song for My Father," the recording that became the other big hit for Blue Note in the 1960s. The solos on the Morgan album are exceedingly well-crafted, with Morgan himself taking the most adventurous, inventive yet well-executed and satisfying turns on each tune.

Tom Cat is an album by Lee Morgan recorded in 1964, though only issued in 1980. It was originally released as LT 1058. While lesser known in comparison to The Sidewinder and other albums, it features several of Morgan's contemporary Blue Note recording artists such as McCoy Tyner, Art Blakey, and Jackie McLean.

Disc Two: Mr. Kenyatta; Melancholee; Morgan the Pirate. Personnel: Lee Morgan: trumpet; Wayne Shorter: tenor saxophone; Grant Green: guitar; Herbie Hancock: piano; Reginald Workman: bass; Billy Higgins: drums. DelightfuLee: The Life and Music of Lee Morgan. Lee Morgan by Samuel Chell.

This set is one of the finest Lee Morgan records. Morgan, tenor saxophonist Wayne Shorter, guitarist Grant Green, pianist Herbie Hancock, bassist Reggie Workman, and drummer Billy Higgins are all in particularly creative form on the fresh material, and they stretch the boundaries of hard bop (the modern mainstream jazz of the period).

Although it was recorded in 1964, the album was shelved for two years, then issued with the original catalogue number 84169. View All . Thank you to the following people for keeping this profile up-to-date. Would you like to contribute? Register . Lists. 6 lists, 538 members.



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