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You've Changes

Jimmy Heath

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Album Review

You've Changed presents journeyman saxophonist Jimmy Heath in an unadorned setting that exhibits his talents in full splendor. Also a noted composer — three of the pieces here are his — this session showcases Heath's sound, which is as smoky and sweet as the best whiskey. Heath plays with fluid drive. The composer in him never takes a break as evidenced by the logical flow of his melodic ideas. The band is a pared down version of the Heath Brothers with regulars Tony Purrone and brother Tootie Heath on board joined by bassist Ben Brown. Purrone's smooth, bluesy fretwork provides just the right foil for the leader.

Biography

Born: October 25, 1926 in Philadelphia, PA

Genre: Jazz

Years Active: '50s, '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

The middle of the three Heath Brothers, Jimmy Heath has a distinctive sound on tenor, is a fluid player on soprano and flute, and a very talented arranger/composer whose originals include "C.T.A." and "Gingerbread Boy." He was originally an altoist, playing with Howard McGhee during 1947-1948 and the Dizzy Gillespie big band (1949-1950). Called "Little Bird" because of the similarity in his playing to Charlie Parker, Heath switched to tenor in the early '50s. Although out of action for a few years...
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