Triple Exposure

Hal McKusick

Triple Exposure MP3
  • CAT # OJCCD-1811-25

    1. Interim 5:48
    2. Saturday Night 7:09
    3. Don't Worry 'Bout Me 4:33
    4. Con Alma 7:39
    5. Something New 5:07
    6. Blues Half-Smiling 5:30
    7. A Touch Of Spring 5:56
    8. The Settlers And The Indians 9:06
    9. I'm Glad There Is You 6:02

Long retired from music, reedman-composer Hal McKusick (b. 1924) is fondly remembered by the cognoscenti for a string of imaginatively conceived and brilliantly realized albums made between 1955 and 1958. Triple Exposure, featuring the leader on alto and tenor saxophones and clarinet, is a well-plotted blowing date (not necessarily an oxymoron) with McKusick, who shares the front line with trombonist Billy Byers, floating over a responsive trio keyed by Eddie Costa, spurred by Charlie Persip, and featuring some of bassist Paul Chambers’s best work in both section and solos.

with Billy Byers, Eddie Costa, Paul Chambers, Charlie Persip

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