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miércoles, 25 de enero de 2017

Modern Jazz Quartet • Pyramid



Review by Scott Yanow
This is a strong recording from the Modern Jazz Quartet, with inventive versions of John Lewis' "Vendome," Ray Brown's "Pyramid," Jim Hall's "Romaine," and Lewis' famous "Django," along with cooking jams on "How High the Moon" and "It Don't Mean a Thing." The MJQ had become a jazz institution by this time, but they never lost their creative edge, and their performances (even on the remakes) are quite stimulating, enthusiastic, and fresh.





01. The Modern Jazz Quartet - Vendome [02:32]
02. The Modern Jazz Quartet - Pyramid [10:53]
03. The Modern Jazz Quartet - It don't Mean a Thing (If It Ain't Got That Swing) [05:04]
04. The Modern Jazz Quartet - Django [04:37]
05. The Modern Jazz Quartet - How High the Moon [06:18]
06. The Modern Jazz Quartet - Romaine [07:22]

Personnel
Milt Jackson - vibraphone
John Lewis - piano
Percy Heath - bass
Connie Kay - drums

Released 1960
Recorded August 22 & 25 and December 21, 1959 and January 15, 1960
Music Inn, Lenox, Massachusetts and Capitol Studios, New York City
Length 37:24
Label Atlantic 1325
Producer Nesuhi Ertegun



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