Heath, Jimmy - Triple Threat

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Sealed 1962 Stereo Original. Corner Ding. "Jimmy Heath Has Long Been At Least A Triple Threat As A Musician (Tenor, Flute And Soprano), Arranger And Composer. On This Album, Heath Sticks To Tenor, Performing "Make Someone Happy" And "The More I See You" While Joined By Pianist Cedar Walton And His Two Brothers, Bassist Percy Heath And Drummer Albert "Tootie" Heath. The Other Five Numbers Consist Of Four Of His Originals (Best-Known Is "Gemini") Plus A Reworking Of The Ballad "Goodbye." For These Selections, The Quartet Is Augmented By Young Trumpeter Freddie Hubbard (Who Takes A Few Fiery Solos) And Julius Watkins On French Horn. The Arrangements Of Heath Uplift The Straight Ahead Music And Make Each Selection Seem A Bit Special.” Scott Yanow, AMG.

Artist: Heath, Jimmy Title: Triple Threat Genre: Jazz Type: New - LP Label: Riverside Catalog ID: RLP 400 Country: USA Our ID: 152977
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