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Latin Hangover - Lee Morgan - Sextet (CD, Album)

8 thoughts on “ Latin Hangover - Lee Morgan - Sextet (CD, Album)

  1. Zulkitaur says:
    Early Lee Morgan was a fiery, brassy player who was clearly under the influence of his hero Clifford Brown, and this album is a fine example of his ample talent. The only pity is that Morgan did not record me quartet albums. Lee Morgan The Sidewinder Some Lee Morgan fans might be wondering why on earth this album is so low down on the list.
  2. Shakalkis says:
    Trumpeter Lee Morgan's second recording as a leader (which has been reissued in his four-CD "complete on Blue Note" Mosaic box set) is as notable for the writing of Benny Golson (who composed and arranged four of the six selections) as for the solos of the leader. The set is highlighted by the debut version of "Whisper Not." Actually Morgan, tenor-saxophonist Hank Mobley, pianist Horace Silver.
  3. Faecage says:
    Volume 2: Sextet, an Album by Lee Morgan. Released in on Blue Note (catalog no. 3 2 6; CD). Genres: Hard Bop, Jazz.
  4. Shagal says:
    And there’s a song called “Latin Hangover,” which would be an excellent title for a tune with, say, Latin rhythms. Except that this song doesn’t have any. It also isn’t Afro-Cuban jazz, or a samba, or a bassa nova, and there is no instrumentation beyond the usual bop stuff – .
  5. Kelkree says:
    Trumpeter Lee Morgan's rip-roaring, funky style conveyed a brash, larger-than-life attitude that knew no equal in the jazz universe. He combined dazzling virtuosity with a startlingly bright tone. Morgan joined Dizzy Gillespie's big band in , also recording his first solo album that same year.
  6. Fekazahn says:
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  7. Nimuro says:
    Lee Morgan (10 July - 19 February ) was an American hard-bop jazz trumpeter. Born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Morgan was a jazz prodigy, joining the Dizzy Gillespie big band at 18, remaining a member for two years.
  8. Toramar says:
    Were it not for the mature and ceaselessly lyrical contributions of tenor saxophonist Hank Mobley, this RVG remaster of an eponymous Lee Morgan date (subtitled, on the backside of the album, Volume 2: Sextet) would appeal only to Morgan tenmifurkisurfli.raitiligargchissiteccujudxuarake.infoinfo trumpeter's early Blue Note recordings and meteoric rise have already been documented by a number of distinguished Morgan reissues—City.

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