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miércoles, 5 de octubre de 2016

The Gene Harris Quartet • A Little Piece Of Heaven

Review by Scott Yanow
Gene Harris was always predictably excellent, particularly during his final decade. This CD has his quartet of 1993 (with guitarist Ron Eschete, bassist Luther Hughes, and drummer Paul Humphrey) performing such tunes as a soulful "Take the 'A' Train," the sly "Ma (He's Making Eyes at Me)," "My Little Suede Shoes," and even "Ode to Billie Joe." Harris, who is heard playing a concert in his adopted state of Idaho, often sounds in exuberant form talking to his hometown crowd. His fans will have little difficulty enjoying this happy date.

1 Blues In Baxter's Pad 6:03
2 Take The "A" Train 7:34
3 Blues For Ste. Chapelle 4:21
4 Ma! He's Making Eyes At Me 6:34
5 Pensativa 5:42
6 How Long Has This Been Going On? 6:45
7 Scotch And Soda 5:58
8 My Little Suede Shoes 5:46
9 Old Dog Blues 10:14
10 Ode To Billy Joe 8:14
11 Sentimental Journey 0:37

Label: Concord Jazz ‎– CCD-4578
Released: 1993
Genre: Jazz, Blues
Style: Bop

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