lunes, 24 de julio de 2017

Johnny Lytle • Happy Ground



Review by Craig Lytle
The spirited vibes player unarguably demonstrates his versatility on an instrument that few have been able to master. The gritty side of Johnny Lytle is manifested on the title track, "Happy Ground," a bluesy jump that swings with a classic big-band jazz sound and arrangement and reminiscent of the jam sessions of yesteryear. Lytle settles down on "A Child Is Born," a smoothly blended arrangement in which one solo complements the next. "Little Sunflower" has a serious Latin rhythm with the palpitative feel of Sam Figueroa's congas. Lytle has no problem finding his groove. As peppy as "Love for Sale" may be, it has its calming moments without sacrificing the tempo. All selections offer excellent solo exhibitions by all the musicians.




TracklistA1 Lela 4:15
A2 Secret Love 6:51
A3 When I Fall In Love 4:24
A4 Tag Along 3:14
B1 It's All Right With Me 5:36
B2 Happy Ground 7:13
B3 My Funny Valentine 4:12
B4 Take The "A" Train 2:50

Credits
Drums – William "Peppy" Hinnant
Organ – Milt Harris
Vibraphone – Johnny Lytle

Label: Riverside Records ‎– RS 9470
Released: 1961
Genre: Jazz
Style: Easy Listening, Cool Jazz

from Riverside Records Catalog
Johnny Lytle Trio
Johnny Lytle (vibraphone) Milt Harris (organ) "Peppy" Hinnant (drums)
NYC, March 23, 1961 Lela Jazzland J 45709; Riverside R 4551; Jazzland JLP 44
Take The "A" Train Jazzland J 45709, JLP 44
Secret Love Jazzland JLP 44
When I Fall In Love -
Happy Ground -
Tag Along -
It's All Right With Me -
My Funny Valentine -

* Jazzland JLP 44, JLP 944; Riverside RLP 470, RS 9470 Johnny Lytle - Happy Ground
* Jazzland J 45709 Johnny Lytle - Lela / Take The "A" Train
* Riverside R 4551 Johnny Lytle - Lela / A Taste Of Honey








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