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Album Review

Cornetist Nat Adderley is in better shape than usual on this spirited live date with his quintet. Utilizing altoist Vincent Herring (who sounds pretty close in spots to Cannonball Adderley), pianist Art Resnick, bassist Walter Booker, and drummer Jimmy Cobb, Adderley is in fine form on "I'll Remember April," "Unit 7," the inevitable "Work Song," and "Autumn Leaves." Herring has "Soul Eyes" as his feature, there are plenty of witty and informative verbal introductions by Adderley to the audience about the songs, and the rhythm section is quite complementary. A worthy effort.


Born: November 25, 1931 in Tampa, FL

Genre: Jazz

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

Nat Adderley's cornet (which in its early days was strongly influenced by Miles Davis) was always a complementary voice to his brother Cannonball in their popular quintet. His career ran parallel to his older brother for quite some time. Nat took up trumpet in 1946, switched to cornet in 1950, and spent time in the military, playing in an Army band during 1951-1953. After a period with Lionel Hampton (1954-1955), Nat made his recording debut in 1955, joined Cannonball's unsuccessful quintet of 1956-1957,...
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