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Album Review

This is one of the most exciting releases put out by British pianist Brian Lemon's Zephyr label. Cornetist Warren Vache has long considered British trumpeter Kenny Baker to be one of his early idols, and he was quite pleased to have the opportunity to share a front line with him. With assistance from Lemon, guitarist Howard Alden, bassist Dave Green, and drummer Allan Ganley, Vache and Baker perform frequently heated renditions of 14 standards including numbers such as "After You've Gone," "Who's Sorry Now," "Royal Garden Blues," "Strike Up the Band," and "Broadway." An occasional ballad and some good-humored vocals by the two brassmen give variety to their particularly inspired encounter, which is highly recommended to mainstream collectors.


Born: 11 February 1937 in Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, Engl

Genre: Jazz

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b. 11 February 1937, Nottingham, England. After playing piano in and around his home town, Lemon moved to London in the mid-50s where he joined the Freddy Randall band. During the late 50s and early 60s he played with several bands ranging from those of a traditional bent through to the mainstream and into post-bop. Amongst the leaders with whom he has worked are Betty Smith, Al Fairweather, Sandy Brown, Dave Shepherd, Danny Moss, George Chisholm and Alex Welsh. A regular member of the house band...
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