Cliff Jordan - Cliff Craft

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Cliff Craft by Cliff Jordan

Cliff Craft
Vinyl LP Reissue - Sealed

Cliff Craft
by Cliff Jordan

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Product Code:
SCMU-BLU-1582
Label:
Blue Note
Genre:
Jazz
Format:
Vinyl LP Reissue - Sealed
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Happily, Blue Note Records and Michael Cuscuna have reissued this wonderfully relaxed recording, which dates from a very fertile period of the renowned jazz label's history. Tenor saxman Jordan was influenced by and shares influences with Sonny Rollins, Dexter Gordon, John Coltrane and Hank Mobley; the early inspiration of Lester Young can also be heard. On this date, the selection of tunes is pleasantly balanced between three originals, two bebop standards, and Ellington's "Sophisticated Lady." Trumpeter Art Farmer's playing is up to his usual high standard -- thoughtful, sensitive and technically brilliant. Pianist Sonny Clark is captured during the most prolific phase of his ten-year recording career; together with bassist George Tucker and drummer Louis Hayes, they create a solid, swinging and simpatico rhythm section.
Cliff Jordan (tenor sax)
Art Farmer (trumpet)
Sonny Clark (piano)
George Tucker (bass)
Louis Hayes (drums)

Side 1

1. Laconia
2. Soul-Lo Blues
3. Cliff Craft


Side 2

1. Confirmation
2. Sophisticated Lady
3. Anthropology

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