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Step Lightly by Blue Mitchell

Step Lightly
Vinyl LP Reissue - Sealed

Step Lightly
by Blue Mitchell

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Product Code:
SCMU-BLU-1082
Label:
Blue Note
Genre:
Jazz
Format:
Vinyl LP Reissue - Sealed
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Trumpeter Blue Mitchell's Blue Note debut went unissued for 17 years, only coming out on this 1980 LP (not yet reissued on CD). The set must have been lost in the shuffle, for the music is consistently excellent. Mitchell, tenor saxophonist Joe Henderson, altoist Leo Wright, pianist Herbie Hancock, bassist Gene Taylor, and drummer Roy Brooks perform four originals and obscurities, plus lyrical versions of "Sweet and Lovely" and "Cry Me a River." Worth searching for.
Side 1.
1. Mamacita
2. Sweet And Lovely
3. Andrea
Side 2.
1. Step Lightly
2. Cry Me A River
3. Bluesville

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