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J. R. Monterose
J. R. Monterose with Ira Sullivan, Horace Silver, Wilbur Ware, 'Philly' Joe Jones
első megjelenés éve: 2008

4.270 Ft 


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Originally recorded: October 21, 1956, Van Gelder Recording Studio, Hackensack, New Jersey
Remastered: 2008, Rudy Van Gelder

J.R. Monterose - Sax (Tenor)
Horace Silver - Piano
Ira Sullivan - Trumpet
Philly Joe Jones - Drums
Wilbur Ware - Bass

* Alfred Lion - Producer
* Amanda Wray - Reissue Design
* Bob Blumenthal - Liner Notes
* Francis Wolff - Photography
* Gordon Jee - Reissue Director
* Larry Walsh - Mastering
* Leonard Feather - Liner Notes, Original Liner Notes
* Michael Cuscuna - Reissue Producer
* Patrick Roques - Design
* Reid Miles - Cover Design
* Rudy Van Gelder - Engineer, Remastering

J.R. Monterose's first session as a leader was a thoroughly enjoyable set of swinging, straight-ahead bop that revealed him as a saxophonist with a knack for powerful, robust leads in the vein of Sonny Rollins and Coleman Hawkins. With a stellar supporting group of pianist Horace Silver, trumpeter Ira Sullivan, bassist Wilbur Ware, and drummer "Philly" Joe Jones, Monterose has recorded a set of bop that swings at a measured pace and offers many delightful moments. Throughout the session, Monterose sounds vigorous, whether he's delivering hard-swinging solos or waxing lyrical. With his bluesy vamps and soulful solos, Silver is equally impressive, while Sullivan's spotlights are alternately punchy and skilled; similarly, the rhythm section is tight, letting the music breathe while keeping the groove. In fact, the quality of the music is so strong, J.R. Monterose qualifies as one of the underappreciated gems in Blue Note's mid-'50s catalog.
---Stephen Thomas Erlewine, All Music Guide

J.R. Monterose

Active Decades: '50s, '60s, '70s and '80s
Born: Jan 19, 1927 in Detroit, MI
Died: Sep 16, 1993 in Utica, NY
Genre: Jazz
Styles: Hard Bop

J.R. Monterose (not to be confused with fellow tenor Jack Montrose) is most famous for a gig that he personally did not enjoy, playing with Charles Mingus in 1956 and recording on Mingus' breakthrough album Pithecanthropus Erectus. He grew up in Utica, NY, played in territory bands in the Midwest, and then moved to New York City in the early '50s. Monterose played with Buddy Rich (1952) and Claude Thornhill and recorded with (among others) Teddy Charles, Jon Eardley, and Eddie Bert. After leaving Mingus (whom he did not get along with), Monterose played with Kenny Dorham's Jazz Prophets and recorded a strong set for Blue Note as a leader. Although he performed into the 1980s (doubling on soprano in later years), Monterose never really became famous. In addition to his Blue Note date, he led sets for Jaro (a 1959 session later reissued by Xanadu), Studio 4 (which was reissued by V.S.O.P.), a very obscure 1969 outing for the Dutch label Heavy Soul Music (1969), and, during 1979-1981, albums for Progressive, Cadence, and two for Uptown.
---Scott Yanow, All Music Guide
Weboldal:Blue Note Records

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