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Candy
Lee Morgan
első megjelenés éve: 1958
42 perc
(2007)

CD
3.324 Ft 

 

IMPORT!
Kosaramba teszem
1.  Candy
2.  Since I Fell For You
3.  C.T.A.
4.  All the Way
5.  Who Do You Love, I Hope
6.  Personality
7.  All At Once You Love Her
Jazz

Recorded on November 18, 1957 & February 2, 1958

Lee Morgan (trumpet); Sonny Clark (piano); Doug Watkins (bass); Art Taylor (drums).

Producer: Alfred Lion.
Reissue producer: Michael Cuscuna.
Includes liner notes by Robert Levin & Michael Cuscuna.
Audio Remasterer: Rudy Van Gelder.

Recorded when he was only 19, Candy was one of the first albums where Lee Morgan showed his own unique style. His prodigal virtuosity had already been proven at this time in the Dizzy Gilliespie band, but Morgan's first solo ventures had been remarkable only because of his young age. Here, the influence of some of Morgan's mentors can be seen, but instead of just emulating the style of older trumpeters like Clifford Brown, he has begun absorbing bits and pieces of style from a wide range of musicians, from Gillespie to Miles Davis, then using them to mold his own sound. Morgan takes charge on this album � there are no other horns to carry the melodic lines, leaving him quite exposed, but he manages to perform up to his ability. His tone on this album was solid and his playing fluid, infused with joy and crisply articulated emotion. Morgan would later turn out to be an expert songwriter, but here songs like Buddy Johnson's "Since I Fell for You," and Jimmy Heath's "C.T.A." gave him ample space to show off his talents.


A seminal figure in the golden age of Blue Note records, Lee Morgan was the definition of the '50s post-bop trumpet style and sound. His album CANDY from 1958 is a quintissential document of the easy swing and tight ensemble work that was prominant before the onset of hard-bop and free-jazz of the '60s. Morgan's nimble lines and smooth sound contrast perfectly with drummer Art Taylor's jumping solo spots in the opening title track. The bluesy ballad "Since I Fell For You" is just smokey and subtle enough to melt even the coldest heart. Jimmy Heath's "C.T.A." and Irving Berlin's "Who Do You Love, I Hope" are nice-and-quick workouts that find pianist Sonny Clarke and bassist Doug Watkins in perfect sync with Taylor in support of their agil leader. For Sinatra fans, Morgan's reading of the classic "All The Way" is a beautiful interpretation that would make Old Blue Eyes smile. Overall, this is a golden snapshot of one of the most stylish trumpeters in jazz.
Weboldal:Blue Note Records

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