CAT # CCD-4196-25
|1. In Walked Bud 8:12
|2. In A Sentimental Mood 7:01
|3. Fuller Love 8:43
|4. Waterfalls 11:12
|5. A La Mode 10:22
This hard-hitting, mightily swinging Jazz Messengers unit may well have been one of Art Blakey’s best. Propelled by the omnipresent swing and verve of the indefatigable bandleader/drummer, young Jazz Messengers Donald Brown, Charles Fambrough, Branford Marsalis, Wynton Marsalis, and Bill Pierce play with masterful technique, soulful swing, and unbridled fire in this live Blakey classic. Honored with two Grammy® Award Nominations—Best Jazz Instrumental Performance, Group and Best Jazz Instrumental Performance, Solo—Concord Jazz is proud to present the incendiary Keystone 3 in stellar Super Audio CD (SACD)* sound.
*All Concord SACDs are hybrid discs compatible for listening on traditional CD players.
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