jueves, 6 de julio de 2017

Barney Kessel, Shelly Manne & Ray Brown • The Poll Winners



The Poll Winners trio was based on guitarist Barney Kessel, bassist Ray Brown, and drummer Shelly Manne, who each managed to place first on his instrument in the 1956 Down Beat, Metronome, and Playboy readers' polls, a remarkable feat given the range from hardcore jazz fans to casual generalists who read the magazines. Kessel and Brown had worked together as two-thirds of the Oscar Peterson trio, and they had all played together on numerous recording sessions, but the open sound of the guitar-led trio was a special opportunity for Brown and Manne to share the foreground. Kessel was an outstanding soloist, capable of almost trumpetlike phrases delivered with rhythmic bite and flexibility--unusual in guitarists of the era. His clear, boppish lines intertwine neatly with Brown's loping pulse and Manne's lightly swinging drums, while Brown's solos are almost as dexterous as the guitarist's. It's low-key, melodic music, equally suited for casual and close listening. --Stuart Broomer


Track listing:
    1 Jordu 3:26
    2 Satin Doll 6:26
    3 It Could Happen to You 4:21
    4 Mean to Me 6:28
    5 Don't Worry 'Bout Me 4:33
    6 On Green Dolphin Street 4:00
    7 You Go to My Head 4:21
    8 Minor Mood 3:17
    9 Nagasaki 3:04

Credits:
    Barney Kessel,     guitar
    Ray Brown,     bass
    Shelly Manne,     drums

Fecha: 1957
Género: Jazz
Estilo: Hard Bop









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