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Trumpeter Lee Morgan's final recording in his initial stint with Art Blakey's Jazz Messengers (and trombonist Curtis Fuller's first) is a curiously lackluster affair. Perhaps Morgan and pianist Bobby Timmons already knew that they would be departing soon. In any case, this set (which includes five standards and Fuller's "A La Mode") is only an average outing for this talented group; nice music but nothing that special.

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Did we listen to the same album? All arrangements are tight. The group as a whole really swings. Do not know what critic is talking about. For $5 this album is a steal!

Woke Me Up

I first heard the music on this album in 1960, when I was 16. I immediately knew that there were huge aspects of life that a 16 year old white boy from Pittsburgh could not comprehend. I have seen a lot of life in the almost 50 years since, but this music still makes me hungry to understand more. It's lyrical, technical and free, all at once. Magnificent.

The Jazz Messengers At the Top Of Their Game

Originally released on Impulse in 1961 this gathering of The Messengers is one of the strongest ever. Please let no one overlook that the trumpet player on this album is the legendary Lee Morgan, as mentioned by others the brilliant Wayne Shorter on tenor, Curtis Fuller on trombone, the magnificent Bobby Timmons on piano, Jymie Merritt on bass and a guy the union sent over on drums :-) Recording engineer on this one is very important, one of the greats, Rudy Van Gelder and produced by Bob Thiele (this matters to we jazz fans). One reviewer remarked that this is a steal at $5.00. Well, it's a steal at $20.00 which is what I paid for my hard copy (or thereabouts). This is Art and his classic Jazz Messengers at the top of their game and the choice of material is first rate. Don't even think twice about buying this treasure. Just buy it!

Joe Hayes,
Del Mar, CA


Nacido(a): 11 de octubre de 1919 en Pittsburgh, PA

Género: Jazz

Años de actividad: '40s, '50s, '60s, '70s, '80s

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