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АL Cohn, Chuck Wayne, Gerry Mulligan, Don Joseph - Three Leaders, One Sideman: A Tribute To The Poetry Of Don Joseph (1954-57)




Исполнитель: Al Cohn, Chuck Wayne, Gerry Mulligan, Don Joseph
Название альбома: Three Leaders, One Sideman:
A Tribute to the Poetry of Don Joseph
Год выпуска: 2017, Fresh Sound Records
Формат файлов: Mp3, ,320
Размер архива: 182 Mb
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Here’s a horn player that was so obscure and overlooked, that you can get (essentially) all of his solo work on this single CD. Don Joseph played cornet and trumpet in a variety of jazz settings before dropping out of the scene. He has a tone and style similar to Chet Baker, and he’s got a wonderfully sleek sense of swing. This album has him in four studio settings and one live gig from 1952-1957, and you’re gonna love it.

The three tune gig from 1952 has Joseph as a sideman with alto saxist Dave Schildkraut leading a team of Curley Russell/b, Earl Walker/dr and Bill Triglia/p. A very hip Jackie Paris brings bopping vocals to “ Jackie’s Blues” while the team stretches out for “Whooz Blues” and Charlie Parker’s “Buzzy.” Joseph is relaxed and hip as he stretches out with the band here, while he is also able to handle modern harmonics a couple of y ears later under the leadership of Al Cohn for some West Coast cool on “Golden Touch” and a sauntering “I Found A New Baby.”

Cool toned guitarist Chuck Wayne leads a couple of 1957 sessions and is deft with the cornetist and alto saxist Gene Quill on a desultory “Lover Man” while he sounds fluffy with Wayne’s delicate pickings on “Embraceable You.” Teamed with Gerry Mulligan’s ’57 Orchestra which included Charlie Rouse, Zoot Sims, Lee Konitz and Bob Brookmeyer, Joseph floats on “All The Things You Are” and bounces with delight on “Throwaway.” Did Miles steal his sound from this cat? Check it out!
George W. Harris (January 23, 2017)

01. I’ve Found a New Baby (Palmer-Williams) 2:59
02. Moroccan Blues (Al Cohn) 3:05
03. Old Gold (Milt Gold) 2:23
04. Golden Touch (Quincy Jones) 2:53
05. What a Difference a Day Made (Maria Grever) 3:25
06. Embraceable You (G. & I. Gershwin) 4:36
07. How About You? (Freed-Lane) 3:45
08. Lover Man (Davis-Ramirez-Sherman) 4:20
09. Love for Sale (Cole Porter) 5:05
10. Mullenium (Gerry Mulligan) 5:58
—Solos: Mulligan, Joseph, Brookmeyer, Sims
11. All the Things You Are (Kern-Hammerstein II) 5:40
—Solos: Mulligan, Konitz, Joseph
12. Thruway (Gerry Mulligan) 8:26
—Solos: Mulligan (p, bs), Lloyd, Brookmeyer, Joseph, Sims, Konitz
13. Jackie’s Blues (Jackie Paris) 6:51
14. Buzzy (Charlie Parker) 10:12
15. Whooz Blues (Dave Schildkraut) 9:42


Personnel on #1-4: AL COHN Sextet
Don Joseph, cornet; Milt Gold, trombone; Al Cohn, tenor sax; John Williams, piano; Teddy Kotick, bass; Art Mardigan, drums.
Recorded in New York City, May 20, 1954

Personnel on #5-7: CHUCK WAYNE Sextet
Don Joseph, cornet; Caesar Di Mauro, tenor sax; Eddie Costa, piano & vibes; Chuck Wayne, guitar; Clyde Lombardi, bass; Jimmy Campbell, drums.
Recorded at RCA Victor Studio “A,” New York City, July 22, 1957

Personnel on #8-9: CHUCK WAYNE Sextet
Don Joseph, trumpet; Gene Quill, alto sax; Caesar Di Mauro, tenor sax; Chuck Wayne, guitar; Clyde Lombardi, bass; Sonny Igoe, drums.
Recorded at RCA Victor Studio “A,” New York City, July 23, 1957

Personnel on #10-12: GERRY MULLIGAN and His Orchestra
Don Joseph, cornet; Don Ferrara, Jerry Lloyd, Phil Sunkel, trumpets; Bob Brookmeyer, valve trombone; Jim Dahl, Frank Rehak, trombones; Lee Konitz, Hal McKusick, alto saxes; Charlie Rouse, Zoot Sims, tenor saxes; Gene Allen, baritone sax; Gerry Mulligan, baritone sax, piano, arranger; Joe Benjamin, bass; Gus Johnson (#10), Dave Bailey, drums.
Recorded in New York City, April, 19 & 20, 1957

Personnel on #13-15: DAVE SCHILDKRAUT Quintet
Don Joseph, trumpet (#13) & cornet; Dave Schildkraut, alto sax; Bill Triglia, piano; Curley Russell, bass; Earl Walker, drums; Jackie Paris, vocals (#13).
Recorded live at “El Mambo” club, Cliffton, Long Island, NY, 1952

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