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lunes, 17 de julio de 2017

Ramsey Lewis • Stretching Out



The Ramsey Lewis Trio, with bassist Eldee Young and drummer Red Holt joining the leader/pianist, was a hot property in 1960, although it was still five years before "The In Crowd." Their swinging string of albums for Argo (most of which unfortunately have relatively brief playing time, like this 31-minute program) are among Lewis' strongest from the jazz standpoint, balancing a commercial emphasis on melody with jazz improvising and swinging. Later on, the balance would shift toward pop, but Ramsey Lewis' late-'50s and early-'60s work resulted in sets of interest to jazz listeners, including this LP. Highlights include "Little Liza Jane," "My Ship" (which at 4:06 is easily the longest performance of the set), "Put Your Little Foot Right Out," and "A Portrait of Jennie."
Scott Yanow


01   Li'l Liza Jane  (Traditional)      3:13
02   This Is My Night to Dream  (Burke, Monaco)      2:34
03   Scarlet Ribbons  (Danzig, Segal)       3:32
04   Here 'Tis  (Holt, Lewis, Young)      2:51
05   My Ship  (Gershwin, Weill)      4:14
06   Put Your Little Foot Right Out  (Spier)       2:55
07   Solo Para Ti  (Holt, Lewis, Young)       2:56
08   These Foolish Things  (Link, Marvell, Strachey)      3:37
09   When the Spirit Moves You  (Holt, Lewis, Young)       3:43
10   A Portrait of Jeanny  (Robinson, Burdge)       2:30

Recorded in Chicago, on February 23-24, 1960

Personnel:
 Ramsey Lewis Piano, Keyboards
 Eldee Young Bass
 Redd Holt Drums  








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