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Milt Hinton, Wendell Marshall & Wyatt Ruther - Basses Loaded! + East Coast Jazz/5 (1955)




Исполнитель: Milt Hinton, Wendell Marshall & Wyatt Ruther
Название альбома: Basses Loaded! + East Coast Jazz/5
Год выпуска: 2021
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Размер архива: 172,5 MB
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Basses Loaded! + East Coast Jazz/5 (2 LP on 1 CD)

Basses Loaded! is the suggestive name of this 1955 album featuring three jazz bass specialists in four numbers each.

Milt Hinton needs no introduction: having started with Cab Calloway’s great band of the 1930s, Milt added his personal touch to a wide variety of musical units, both large and small, and recorded with just about every name in the field. Here he has the first four tracks, all arrangements (plus one original) by Al Cohn.

The next four feature Wendell Marshall, who was Duke Ellington’s bassist for quite some time, but also enjoyed a long and successful career afterwards. His technique is amazingly varied, his tone firm and flexible; he was, in short, one of the versatile players who helped the instrument reach its current, exalted position. The arrangements are by Billy Byers, while Marshall penned the original.

The last four tracks are by Wyatt “Bull” Ruther, with arrangements and the one original by Manny Albam. Ruther debuted with the Dave Brubeck quartet, then joined the Erroll Garner trio, and then the Chico Hamilton and George Shearing groups, among many others. No matter what musical thought, he always kept a clear head and a straight course —he is, like both Hinton and Marshall, in there to stay, plucking a fantastic variety of notes from what is often seemingly thin air, offering the most vital proof of the instrument’s place in the jazz family.

The second album of this set, also from 1955, is by Milt Hinton, who at age 40 finally got his first LP under his own leadership, and it is a magnificent quartet session. His trademark full sound is always present, as are his quivering imagination and infectious joy of living and playing. Toni Scott blows with a feeling, conception and tone unsurpassed in jazz —notice the beautiful sound of the bass clarinet. Dick Katz plays with expressive economy, sometimes traditional, never trite, while Osie Johnson is the epitome of tasteful accompaniment. The whole endeavor is best summarized as a sincere, heartfelt lament.

01. Moon Over Miami
02. I Hear a Rhapsody
03. Prelude to a Kiss
04. Fump
05. The Continental
06. Careless
07. How Blue Was My Bass
08. Tenderly
09. Crazy She Calls Me
10. I Poured My Heart into a Song
11. Bull in a China Shop
12. Begin the Beguine
13. Mean to Me
14. Pick 'N Pat
15. Over the Rainbow
16. Milt to the Hilt
17. Don't Blame Me
18. Katz' Meow (A Canon for Cats)
19. Upstairs with Milt
20. Ebony Silhouette
21. Cantus Firmus
22. These Foolish Things

Total time: 72:40 min.

Sources:

Tracks #1-12, from the album “Basses Loaded!” (RCA Victor LPM-1107)
Tracks #13-22, from the Milt Hinton album “East Coast Jazz/5” (Bethlehem BCP 1020)

Personnel

Tracks #1-4: Milt Hinton, solo bass; Joe Newman, trumpet; Billy Byers, trombone; Al Cohn, tenor sax; Danny Bank, baritone sax; Barry Galbraith, guitar; Osie Johnson, drums.
Arrangements by Al Cohn.
Recorded in New York City, February 1, 1955

Tracks #5-8: Wendell Marshall, solo bass; Jimmy Nottingham, trumpet, Hal McKusick, soprano sax; Danny Bank, baritone sax; Barry Galbraith, guitar; Wyatt “Bull” Ruther, bass; Osie Johnson, drums.
Arrangements by Billy Byers.
Recorded in New York City, January 26, 1955

Tracks #9-12: Wyatt “Bull” Ruther, solo bass; Billy Byers, trombone; Hal McKusick, alto sax & flute; Danny Bank, baritone sax; Gene Di Novi, piano; Al Hall, bass; Osie Johnson, drums.
Arrangements by Manny Albam.
Recorded in New York City, January 29, 1955

Tracks #13-22: Milt Hinton, bass; Tony Scott, clarinet, bass clarinet; Dick Katz, piano; Osie Johnson, drums.
Recorded in New York City, January 20, 1955

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