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Album Review

Altoist Lanny Morgan, despite being a very talented bop-based improviser and a greatly in-demand sideman, has had relatively few opportunities to record as a leader through the years — only two. This quartet set with pianist Tom Ranier, bassist Bob Maize, and drummer Frankie Capp is his definitive recording. Morgan is in particularly creative and fiery form on such songs as "Subconscious Lee," "Bloomdido," "After You've Gone," and a song he practically owns, "Cherokee." None of the nine tunes (eight jazz standards plus Tom Garvin's "Flash") are throwaways and this is a CD highly recommended to bop fans.

Customer Reviews

Super Saxophone Scorchin' Screamer

Lanny Morgan is well known on the LA Studio scene. He is what they describe as a "First Call Musician!" Problem is that is where he has spent most of his time. This is one of three Lanny Morgan recordings available. "Pacific Standard" is another one available on iTunes. If you love Bud Shank and Art Pepper, you love this album. Listen to Lanny blast through screamers "Cherokee", "Minority", and "Flash" with ease and melodic invention rarely heard. It's a "Gotta Have It" recording. Be sure to check out Lanny's "Pacific Standard right here in the iTunes Store!

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  • $8.91
  • Genres: Jazz, Music, Bop
  • Released: 1993

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