Mobley, Hank - Slice Of The Top

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Limited Edition 1995 180gm Connoisseur Series Audiophile Pressing Still In Shrink Wrap With Hype Sticker. Recorded In 1966, But Did Appear For A Short While On The LT Series In The Early '80s. Looks Unplayed. This LP Was Not Released At The Time It Was Recorded In 1966. Mobley, Tenor Saxophone; James Spaulding, Alto Saxophone; Lee Morgan, Trumpet; Kiane Zawadi, Euphonium; Howard Johnson, Tuba; McCoy Tyner, Piano; Bob Cranshaw, Bass; Billy Higgins, Drums. Tunes Are "Hank's Other Bag," "There's A Lull In My Life," "Cute 'N Pretty," "A Touch Of The Blues" And "A Slice Of The Top." This Is One Of Tenor Saxophonist Hank Mobley's More Intriguing Sessions, For The Talented Composer Had An Opportunity To Have Four Of His Originals, Plus The Standard "There's A Lull In My Life," Performed By An Octet In The Cool-Toned Style Of Miles Davis's "Birth Of The Cool" Nonet, Arranged By Duke Pearson. Mobley, Who Continued To Evolve Into A More Advanced Player Throughout The 1960s, Fits Right In With His Adventurous Sidemen.

Artist: Mobley, Hank Title: Slice Of The Top Genre: Jazz Type: Audiophile - LP Label: Blue Note Connoisseur Catalog ID: 33582 Country: USA Our ID: 25655
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