Jackie McLean - Jackie's Pal (Mono, 200g)
Jackie McLean - Jackie's Pal (Mono, 200g)
Jackie McLean - Jackie's Pal (Mono, 200g)
Jackie McLean - Jackie's Pal (Mono, 200g)

Jackie McLean - Jackie's Pal (Mono, 200g)

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Bill Hardman, trumpet

 

1 LP,  Deluxe high-gloss tip-on album jacket

Limited edition

Original analog Master tape : YES

Heavy Press : 200g

Record color : black

Speed : 33RPM

Size : 12”

Mono

Studio

Record Press : Quality Record Pressings

Label : Analogue Productions

Original Label :  Prestige

Recorded 31 August 1956 in Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey by Rudy Van Gelder

Produced by Bob Weinstock

Remastered by Kevin Gray at Cohearent Audio

Originally released in 1956

Reissued in 2013

Tracks:

Side A:

1. Sweet Doll
2. Just For Marty
3. Dee's Dilemma

Side B :


1. Sublues
2. Steeplechase
3. It Could Happen To You

     

    Reviews :

    « Here was Bill Hardman, who he introduced into a quintet with Mal Waldron (piano), Paul Chambers (bass) and Philly Joe Jones (drums). Hardman's hot breaking tone sounds a bit less forceful than on his (soon-to-be) later work with The Messengers, but it was already identifiable...Chambers has some exciting bowed spots, Mal Waldron was a bit bland and while Jones' drumming fills the role, it missed the push Art Taylor's drumming seemed to invite so often with McLean. » AllMusic Review by Bob Rusch

    The perennially underrated Bill Hardman (1932-90) was one of the unsung trumpet heroes of the modern era. His raw sound and tense, "running" attack were featured in three separate editions of Art Blakey’s Jazz Messengers, the first and most memorable of which found him sharing the front line with Jackie McLean and Johnny Griffin. McLean, who was already an established Prestige artist, gave Hardman the spotlight on this 1956 blowing date, recorded with a blue-ribbon rhythm section after the pair left Charles Mingus’s workshop and before they joined Blakey.

     

    Ratings :

    AllMusic :  3 / 5 ,  Discogs :  4.43  / 5

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