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Blues Bag / Louis Hayes Quintet
Buddy DeFranco Quartet, Buddy de Franco with Victor Feldman, Vic Sproles & Art Blakey & Lee Morgan, Curtis Fuller & Freddie Hill, Louis Hayes Quintet, Louis Hayes with Nat Adderley, Yusef Lateef, Barry Harris & Sam Jones
első megjelenés éve: 1997

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Kosaramba teszem
1.  Blues Bag
2.  Rain Dance
3.  Straight No Chase
4.  Cousin Mary
5.  Blues Conotation
6.  Kush
7.  Twelve Tone Blues
8.  Hazing
9.  Rip De Boom
10.  Teef
11.  I Need You
12.  Back Yard
13.  Sassy Ann

2 LPs on 1 CD
Tracks 1-6: "Blues Bag" - Buddy de Franco
Recorded in Hollywood, December 1964

Tracks 7-13: "Louis Hayes Quintet"
Recorded in NYC, April 1960

Buddy DeFranco - Clarinet (Bass)
Victor Feldman - Piano
Victor Sproles - Bass
Art Blakey - Drums
Lee Morgan - Trumpet
Freddie Hill - Trumpet
Curtis Fuller - Trombone

Nat Adderley - Cornet
Yusef Lateef - Sax (Tenor)
Barry Harris - Piano
Sam Jones - Bass
Louis Hayes - Drums

Jordi Pujol - Reissue, Compilation
Leonard Feather - Producer, Liner Notes
Ralph J. Gleason - Liner Notes

In 1997, Blue Moon released Blues Bag/Louis Hayes, which contained two albums on one compact disc -- Blues Bag, a 1964 disc originally released on Vee Jay by Buddy DeFranco), and Louis Hayes, a 1960 record also originally on Vee Jay) by Louis Hayes and his quintet. ~ Tim Sendra, All Music Guide

"For this unusual set, clarinetist Buddy DeFranco is exclusively heard on bass clarinet while joined by drummer Art Blakey and an interesting group of players, some of who were with Blakey's Jazz Messengers at the time. DeFranco, Blakey, pianist Victor Feldman, and bassist Victor Sproles are featured as a quartet on four numbers while the other three songs add trombonist Curtis Fuller and either Lee Morgan or Freddie Hill on trumpet. The seven selections are all bluish with many of them actually being blues. Highlights include "Straight No Chaser," John Coltrane's "Cousin Mary," Ornette Coleman's "Blues Connotation," and Leonard Feather's "Twleve Tone Blues." This is intriguing music which makes one wish that Buddy DeFranco still played bass clarinet now and then."

"The 1960 Cannonball Adderley Quintet (with drummer Louis Hayes, cornetist Nat Adderley, pianist Barry Harris and bassist Sam Jones) performs on this Vee-Jay CD reissue with tenor-saxophonist Yusef Lateef in Cannonball's place. Although one misses the fiery altoist, the contrast between Nat's exciting (if sometimes erratic) cornet and Yusef's dignified yet soulful tenor make this an above-average session of swinging bop."
--- Scott Yanow (All Music Guide)

Buddy DeFranco

Active Decades: '40s, '50s, '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s and '00s
Born: Feb 17, 1923 in Camden, NJ
Genre: Jazz
Styles: Bop, Post-Bop

Buddy DeFranco is one of the great clarinetists of all time and, until the rise of Eddie Daniels, he was indisputably the top clarinetist to emerge since 1940. It was DeFranco's misfortune to be the best on an instrument that after the swing era dropped drastically in popularity and, unlike Benny Goodman and Artie Shaw, he has never been a household name for the general public.
When he was 14 DeFranco won an amateur swing contest sponsored by Tommy Dorsey. After working with the big bands of Gene Krupa (1941-42) and Charlie Barnet (1943-44), he was with TD on and off during 1944-48. DeFranco, other than spending part of 1950 with Count Basie's septet, was mostly a bandleader from then on. Among the few clarinetists to transfer the language of Charlie Parker onto his instrument, DeFranco has won a countless number of polls and appeared with the Metronome All-Stars in the late '40s. He recorded frequently in the 1950s (among his sidmeen were Art Blakey, Kenny Drew and Sonny Clark) and participated in some of Norman Granz's Verve jam session. During 1960-63 DeFranco led a quartet that also featured the accordion of Tommy Gumina and he recorded an album with Art Blakey's Jazz Messengers on which he played bass clarinet. However work was difficult to find in the 1960s, leading DeFranco to accept the assignment of leading the Glenn Miller ghost band (1966-74). He has found more artistic success co-leading a quintet with Terry Gibbs off and on since the early '80s and has recorded through the decades for many labels.
---Scott Yanow, All Music Guide

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