<tc>Howard McGhee - The Return Of Howard McGhee (Mono)</tc>
<tc>Howard McGhee - The Return Of Howard McGhee (Mono)</tc>
<tc>Howard McGhee - The Return Of Howard McGhee (Mono)</tc>
<tc>Howard McGhee - The Return Of Howard McGhee (Mono)</tc>
<tc>Howard McGhee - The Return Of Howard McGhee (Mono)</tc>
<tc>Howard McGhee - The Return Of Howard McGhee (Mono)</tc>

Howard McGhee - The Return Of Howard McGhee (Mono)

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Howard McGhee (trumpet) [click here to see more vinyl featuring Howard McGhee]

Percy Heath (bass)

Philly Joe Jones (drums) [click here to see more vinyl featuring Philly Joe Jones]

Sahib Shihab (sax)

Duke Jordan (piano) [click here to see more vinyl featuring Duke Jordan]


1 LP, standard sleeve

Limited edition

Original analog Master tape: YES

Heavy Press : 180g

Record color : black

Speed : 33 RPM

Size : 12'’



Record Press: Pallas

Label: Pure Pleasure Records

Original Label : Bethlelem

Recorded in NYC, October 22, 1955 by Frank Abbey

Produced by Frank Abbey

Re-mastering by Ray Staff at Air Mastering, Lyndhurst Hall, London

Originally released in 1956

Reissued in January 2014


Tracks :

Side A :

1. Get Happy
2. Tahitian Lullaby
3. Lover Man
4. Lullaby Of The Leaves
5. You're Teasing Me
6. Transpicious

Side B :

1. Rifftide
2. Oo-wee But I Do
3. Don't Blame Me
4. Tweedles
5. I'll Remember April


Reviews :

Recorded after one of McGhee’s not infrequent releases from the Penitentary on narcotics charges, hence the title “The Return Of ….”

Howard McGhee is a wonderful agile soloist, a model for the younger Kenny Dorham. Sharing the spotlight with McGhee is Sahib Shihab on baritone sax, what more can you ask? Lots of baritone solos, and few on alto for variety, Sahib’s presence is not to be overlooked. That angry baritone rasp is so compelling - both Sahib and Pepper Adams showed what could be achieved with this weighty length of brass plumbing if you played it as though it was a tenor or indeed alto, and just ran with the changes, Charlie Parker on steroids.

Duke Jordan ’s solid chordal foundations, embellished with glittering runs, is always pushing the tempo along, with “Philly Joe” and Percy Heath picking up any slack. Bop of a very high order from the post-swing cauldron that was 1955.


Ratings :

AllMusic:  4 / 5   , Discogs :  4.43 / 5  

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