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Album Review

Pianist Jimmy Rowles, bassist Red Mitchell and drummer Donald Bailey make for a perfect trio on this CD, performing swinging and tasteful music that has lots of subtle creativity and close interplay. Most of the songs are standards, but Rowles contributes "After School," and there are also three Mitchell originals, including "You People Need Music" and "Life's a Take." Each of the old friends sounds inspired by each others' presence, and the music is as rewarding as one would expect.

Biography

Born: 26 March 1934 in Philadelphia, PA

Genre: Jazz

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s

A valuable drummer and an occasional harmonica player, Donald "Duck" Bailey has appeared on a countless number of sessions through the years, usually as a sideman. Bailey freelanced in his hometown of Philadelphia and then gained some fame as Jimmy Smith's regular drummer during the organist's early prime years (1956-1964), appearing on many of his Blue Note albums. He worked in Los Angeles from the mid-'60s to the mid-'70s, spent five years in Japan (during which time he led a record session for...
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