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Album Review

Although Joe Henderson's pianoless trio recordings for Blue Note in 1985 received a fair amount of publicity, this similar date for the Italian Red label has been almost completely overlooked. Joined by bassist Charlie Haden and drummer Al Foster, Henderson is in excellent form, giving "Beatrice," "Invitation," Thelonious Monk's "Ask Me Now" and his own "Serenity" lengthy and rewarding explorations.

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The greatest record of Joe's

I am so glad that iTunes doesn't really care about jazz and that they have priced this record at around $4. This reminds me of the 80's when you would go into a record store and buy Trane records for 99 cents. This is one of the best records to hear Joe stretch out and explore. Charlie Haden is great on it too. It has the best solo that has ever been recorded on serenity. I used to have this on vinyl but lost it and was really happy to find it again here.

An incredible - and hitherto almost hidden - gem!

This album is one of the all-time greats of live jazz by 3 true masters of jazz!


Born: April 24, 1937 in Lima, OH

Genre: Jazz

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

Joe Henderson is proof that jazz can sell without watering down the music; it just takes creative marketing. Although his sound and style were virtually unchanged from the mid-'60s, Joe Henderson's signing with Verve in 1992 was treated as a major news event by the label (even though he had already recorded many memorable sessions for other companies). His Verve recordings had easy-to-market themes (tributes to Billy Strayhorn, Miles Davis, and Antonio Carlos Jobim) and, as a result, he became a...
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