Norman Granz, Jazz At The Philharmonic: Paris, 1960

Cannonball Adderley Quintet

Norman Granz Jazz At The Philharmonic Paris 1960
  • Release Date: 04 Apr 1997
  • Label: PABLO
  • Genre: JAZZ
  • CAT # PACD-5303-25

    1. Introduction By Norman Granz
    2. Jeannine 4:00
    3. Dis Here 4:29
    4. Blue Daniel 3:18
    5. The Chant 3:24
    6. Bohemia After Dark 8:28
    7. Work Song 4:12

These recordings, the first new Cannonball Adderley performances to be legitimately issued for well over a decade, mark a remarkable and long-overdue renaissance for perhaps the most distintive hard bop alto saxophonist of his generation. He was certainly the most articulate and, after a long hiatus, he is turning out to be perhaps the most influential, with his style being used intelligently as a base by many young alto players ...–Chris Sheridan

Introduction by Norman Granz, Jeannine, Dis Here, Blue Daniel, The Chant, Bohemia After Dark (aka Birdland After Dark), Work Song

with Nat Adderley, Victor Feldman, Sam Jones, Louis Hayes

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