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domingo, 22 de enero de 2017

Sonny Stitt • Low Flame

Stitt plays both tenor and alto sax on this set, backed by his working band of the time: Don Patterson on organ, Billy James on drums, and Paul Weeden on guitar. This small combo jazz fits between Bebop and soul-jazz, dominated by group-penned material. Stitt gets an especially smoky tone on the ballads, particularly on the title track, which is a sultry blues number also featuring the guitarist and organ in their solo turns. Weeden distinguishes himself more as a soloist than Patterson does, particularly on the Wes Montgomery-type lines on 'Silly Billy'.

Track Listing:01. Low Flame (4.55)
02. Put Your Little Foot Right Out (5.22)
03. Cynthia Sue (5.58)
04. Donald Duck (4.35)
05. Close Your Eyes (3.41)
06. Silly Billy (4.54)
07. Baby, Do You Ever Think of Me (2.52)
08. Fine and Dandy (7.44)

Sonny Stitt (tenor & alto saxophones)
Paul Weeden (guitar)
Don Patterson (organ)
Billy James (drums)

New York, NY (04/04/1962)

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