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jueves, 29 de junio de 2017

The Jazz Crusaders • Live At The Lighthouse



Review by Scott Yanow
Because the Jazz Crusaders in the early '70s dropped the "Jazz" from their name and later in the decade veered much closer to R&B and pop music than they had earlier, it is easy to forget just how strong a jazz group they were in the 1960s. This CD reissues one of their rarer sessions, augmenting the original seven-song LP program (highlighted by "Blues Up Tight," "Doin' That Thing," and "Milestones" with previously unissued versions of "'Round Midnight" and John Coltrane's "Some Other Blues." the Jazz Crusaders (comprised of tenor saxophonist Wilton Felder, trombonist Wayne Henderson, pianist Joe Sample, drummer Stix Hooper, and, during this period, bassist Leroy Vinnegar) are heard in prime form. Felder shows the strong influence of Coltrane, Henderson recalls J.J. Johnson, Sample displays the most originality and the quintet on a whole (with its tenor-trombone frontline) sounds quite distinctive. An excellent set of primarily straight-ahead (but soulful) jazz.




Tracks:
A1 Aleluia
A2 Blues Up Tight
A3 You Don't Know What Love Is
A4 Miss It
B1 Scratch
B2 Doin' That Thing
B3 Milestones

Bass – Leroy Vinnegar
Drums – Stix Hooper
Piano – Joe Sample
Tenor Saxophone – Wilton Felder
Trombone – Wayne Henderson

recorded live at: The Lighthouse, Hermosa Beach, California on January 14-16, 1966.

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