Johnny Griffin - Introducing Johnny Griffin (2LP, 45RPM, Mono)
Johnny Griffin - Introducing Johnny Griffin (2LP, 45RPM, Mono)
Johnny Griffin - Introducing Johnny Griffin (2LP, 45RPM, Mono)
Johnny Griffin - Introducing Johnny Griffin (2LP, 45RPM, Mono)

Johnny Griffin - Introducing Johnny Griffin (2LP, 45RPM, Mono)

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Johnny Griffin, tenor saxophone [click here to see more vinyl featuring Johnny Griffin]

Wynton Kelly, piano

Curly Russell, bass

Max Roach, drums [click here to see more vinyl featuring Max Roach]


2 LPs, Gatefold jacket

Limited Edition

Original analog Master tape : YES

Heavy Press : 180g

Record color : black

Speed : 45RPM

Size : 12”

Mono

Studio

Record Press :  Record Technology Incorporated

Label :  Analogue Productions

Original Label :  Blue Note

Recorded at Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, New Jersey, on April 17, 1956 by Rudy Van Gelder 

Produced by Alfred Lion

Remastered by Kevin Gray, Steve Hoffman at AcousTech Mastering

Originally released in 1956 

Reissued in 2010

 

Tracks :

Side A:

  1. Mil Dew
  2. Chicago Calling
  3. These Foolish Things
  4. The Boy Next Door

Side B:

  1. Nice And Easy
  2. It's Allright With Me
  3. Lover Man

     

    Reviews :

    Analogue Productions' Blue Note and Nat "King" Cole Reissues WIN A Positive Feedback 2010 Brutus Award!

    "...if you haven't picked up every one of the Blue Note and Nat King Cole reissues from Chad Kassem and company at Acoustic Sounds, you're really missing out!" - David W. Robinson, Positive Feedback, Issue 52

    Johnny Griffin had been kicking around in R&B bands for years before his Blue Note debut in 1956. And what was "introduced" was a tenor saxophonist with a fresh sound, a warm, soulful style and the fastest technique in jazz. He moves from lyrical ballads to blistering tempos with ease. Within two years, Griff would become one of the leading tenor saxophonists in jazz as a member of Thelonious Monk's quartet.

     

    Rating:

    Discogs 4.63/5

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