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Album Review

Although undoubtedly an expensive acquisition, this ten-CD set is perfectly done and contains dozens of gems. The remarkable but short-lived trumpeter Clifford Brown has the second half of his career fully documented (other than his final performance) and he is showcased in a wide variety of settings. The bulk of the numbers are of Brownie's quintet with co-leader and drummer Max Roach, either Harold Land or Sonny Rollins on tenor, pianist Richie Powell, and bassist George Morrow (including some previously unheard alternate takes), but there is also much more. Brown stars at several jam sessions (including a meeting with fellow trumpeters Clark Terry and Maynard Ferguson), accompanies such singers as Dinah Washington, Helen Merrill, and Sarah Vaughan, and is backed by strings on one date. Everything is here, including classic versions of "Parisian Thoroughfare," "Joy Spring," "Daahoud," "Coronado," a ridiculously fast "Move," "Portrait of Jenny," "Cherokee," "Sandu," "I'll Remember April," and "What Is This Thing Called Love?" Get this set while it stays in print.

Customer Reviews

NOT EXPENSIVE!!!!!!!

I paid 179.00 for this in a New York record store!!! It is well worth the price. It averages out to $10 per cd(this set contains 10 cd's) Clifford was my first influence on the trumpet and in my opinion he is the most imitated trumpet player in jazz history. What makes this recording special is that you get ALL the out-takes of your favorite Emarcy Clifford recordings. If you are an aspiring trumpet player or Clifford Brown fan, this is a MUST!!!!!

Awesome!!!

This looks like such an awesome deal, I would so buy it if I had a job.

Another One Of Our Jazz God's

Infallible, unfailing, faultless, flawless, impeccable, perfect, precise, accurate, meticulous, scrupulous. Clifford Brown !

Biography

Born: October 30, 1930 in Wilmington, DE

Genre: Jazz

Years Active: '50s

Clifford Brown's death in a car accident at the age of 25 was one of the great tragedies in jazz history. Already ranking with Dizzy Gillespie and Miles Davis as one of the top trumpeters in jazz, Brownie was still improving in 1956. Plus he was a clean liver and was not even driving; the...
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