Hank Mobley Quartet - Hank Mobley Quartet

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Sealed 2011 2LP Limited Edition, Numbered 45rpm 180gm HQ Mono Reissue Housed In A Super Deluxe Laminated Gatefold Cover. This Is Number 0124. Includes Outtakes. Hank Mobley Was Not Just A Master Of Hard Bop But One Of Its Founders. With The Jazz Messengers And Horace Silver's Quintet, He Helped To Define The Role Of The Tenor In Hard Bop, And His Series Of Blue Note Recordings Made Him An Influential Force For 15 Years. Originally A Pianist, Mobley Switched To Tenor When He Was 16, And By The Early 1950S Was A Member Of Max Roach's Quartet. Mobley Was Already A Masterful Player. Joined By Both Horace Silver And Art Blakey, Mobley Performs Some Of His Best Early Material (Including "Hank's Prank," "Avila And Tequilla" And "Just Coolin'") And Sets The Standard For Hard Bop Tenors Of The Next Decade. The Hank Mobley Quartet Is One Of The Most Important Early Hard Bop Albums, A Gem That Shows Why Mobley Would Be A Regular Blue Note Artist For The Next 15 Years.

Artist: Hank Mobley Quartet Title: Hank Mobley Quartet Genre: Jazz Type: New - LP Label: Music Matters / Blue Note Catalog ID: MMBLP-5066 Country: USA Our ID: 137998
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