Kenny Barron Trio - Minor Blues (Japanese edition) - AudioSoundMusic
Kenny Barron Trio - Minor Blues (Japanese edition) - AudioSoundMusic
Kenny Barron Trio - Minor Blues (Japanese edition) - AudioSoundMusic
Kenny Barron Trio - Minor Blues (Japanese edition) - AudioSoundMusic
Kenny Barron Trio - Minor Blues (Japanese edition) - AudioSoundMusic
Kenny Barron Trio - Minor Blues (Japanese edition) - AudioSoundMusic

Kenny Barron Trio - Minor Blues (Japanese edition)

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Piano – Kenny Barron [click here to see more vinyl featuring Kenny Barron]

Bass – George Mraz

Drums – Ben Riley

Written by Kenny Barron (A1), Egbert Van Alstyne (A2), Victor Young (A2), Wayne King (A2), Johnny Mandel (A3), Sammy Fain (B1), Frank Loesser (B2), Billie Holiday (B3)


 

1 LP, standard sleeve

Limited edition

Original analog Master tape : YES

Heavy Press : 180g

Record color : black

Speed : 33RPM

Size : 12”

Stereo

Studio

Record Press :  Japanese Pressing

Label : Venus Hyper Magnum Sound LP Collection

Original Label :  Venus

Recorded May 4 & 5 2009 in New York City

Engineered by Katherine Miller

Produced by Tetsuo Hara and Todd Barkan

Mixed and mastered by Tetsuo Hara

Design by Taz

Originally released in 2006

Reissued in June 2023

 

Tracks :

Side A:

  1. Minor Blues
  2. Beautiful Love
  3. Emily

Side B:

  1. Hush-A-Bye
  2. I've Never Been In Love Before
  3. Don't Explain

    Reviews:

    “Kenny Barron was honored as an NEA Jazz Master on January 12, 2010, and it was a recognition that was due. Since entering the jazz scene in the early '60s, he has made his mark as a sideman (especially with Dizzy Gillespie and Stan Getz), solo pianist, leader, and composer. These 2009 sessions pair him with frequent collaborator Ben Riley and fellow veteran George Mraz on bass. While most of the focus is on familiar standards, the opener is Barron's slinky "Minor Blues," in which Barron and Mraz both shine backed by Riley's brushwork, though the drummer switches to sticks for his breaks. The leader's jaunty take of "Emily" and driving treatment of "How Deep Is the Ocean?" sizzle. His richly textured setting of "Too Late Now" doesn't require its lyrics to get across the mood of the song, while his breezy Latin arrangement of Billie Holiday's "Don't Explain" casts this ballad in a new light. This is yet another fine example of Kenny Barron's superb chops in a small-group setting.” AllMusic Review by Ken Dryden


     

    Ratings:

    Discogs : 4.5 / 5

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